Getting the Game of Thrones Mod in Kingdom Come Deliverance
Kingdom Come Deliverance isn’t a fantasy RPG. On the contrary, its story and lore are steeped in real-world history, which means that you probably shouldn’t expect any fantastical or mythical elements like wizards and dragons. Still, if you’d like to add a bit of spice to your experience, or even if you’re a fan of HBO’s Game of Thrones, this Seven Kingdoms mod is a good one to watch out for.
At the moment, there’s no estimated release date for the mod itself just yet. However, the mod is being developed by the same team that produced the Game of Thrones mod for Total War: Attila. Here’s what you can expect from the mod itself, according to the FAQ page:
‘You can expect a full range of armor and weapons, loyal to the look and feel of the Game of Thrones TV show. Like the Attila version, this is NOT a book modification, and will instead rely heavily on TV show influence (e.g. don’t expect House Bar Emmon or Vargo Hoat)
The mod will be centered in the Riverlands during the War of the Five Kings. This location was selected because it closely resembles the visuals of the KC:D game (trees, buildings, etc.) and is best suited to the original game’s storyline. Dozens of armies were present in this hotly contested area (Stark, Lannister, Tully, Bracken, Karstark, etc.) along with gangs of bandits and freeriders roaming the countryside. With two warring sides, dangerous no-man’s-land, and civilians caught in the middle between it all, it’s a content-rich environment and the ideal location for an open-world mod.’
The mod will also include uniforms and “general aesthetics” from A Song of Ice and Fire to add to your immersive Westeros experience.
Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more information on Kingdom Come Deliverance.