This weekend Kingdom Like Deliverance for PC can be played for free via Steam: the full version will be accessible until September 9th at no cost, and for the whole weekend the game is on sale at a discounted price.
“Bohemia is a region in the heart of Europe, rich in culture, silver, and castles. With the death of the beloved sovereign, Emperor Charles IV, the kingdom has fallen into a period of darkness: war, corruption, and tensions are cutting this jewel of the Holy Roman Empire into pieces, while the crown was inherited by Wenceslas, one of Charles’s sons. Unlike his father, Wenceslas is naive, unprepared and without any ambition. Hungary, Sigismondo the Red Fox, understood the weaknesses of Wenceslas and, pretending good intentions, he went to Bohemia to kidnap his half-brother.
With the vacant crown, Sigismund is now free to plunder Bohemia and seize his wealth. In the midst of this chaos, you are there, Henry, the son of a blacksmith. Your quiet life has been destroyed by a mercenary incursion ordered by King Sigismund himself: only ash remains from your village, but the mock fate has made you the only survivor of this massacre. Without a home, a family or a future, you end up serving Radzig Kobyla, a feudal lord who is opposing the invasion. So end up in a bloody civil war, where you’ll fight for the future of Bohemia.“
After the trial period you will have to uninstall the game or buy it, until September 9th Kingdom Come Deliverance is on sale for 14.99 euros (standard version) while the Royal Edition costs 29.99 euros and includes, in addition to the full game, the following contents: A Woman’s Lot, Band of Bastards, From the Ashes, HD Sound Pack, The Amorous Adventures of Bold Sir Hans Capon, Kingdom Come and Treasures of The Past.