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Kingdom Come Deliverance: Where the Locator Is

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Kingdom Come Deliverance: Where the Locator Is

Where the Locator Is in Kingdom Come Deliverance

Kingdom Come Deliverance attempts to deliver a more realistic medieval RPG experience. Rather than putting you in the shoes of a king or mighty warriors, you start out as a mere son of a blacksmith known as Henry, who embarks on an adventure after invaders storm his village and slaughter his friends and family. It’s therefore up to you to explore the massive open world, take on non-linear story missions, and develop Henry into the character you want him to be. At one point on your adventures around the world in Kingdom Come Deliverance, you’ll be asked by Sir Divish to get his locator. Problem is, actually finding it is a bit of a nightmare, so here’s where the locator is in Kingdom Come Deliverance.

All that Sir Divish can tell us of the whereabouts of his locator is that he sent them to Pribyslavitz, so that’s going to be our first stop on this quest in Kingdom Come Deliverance. When you arrive here, you’re going to want to head towards the hill that leads up (it’s to the left of you if you’re facing the camp) and begin your ascent. You should see some bandits around the upper part of the camp by the church once you reach the top. That’s who we’re looking for.

Talk to the bandits here, and you’ll find out that they’ve got Divish’s locator, so, of course, we’re going to need to fight them. There are four of these bandits you’ll need to take care of, otherwise you simply won’t have the time to go looking for the locator without being hacked and slashed to death. Take care of these and then peek into the tents nearby. Divish’s locator will just be sat inside one of them chillin’, waiting for you to untie them and get them back home. All in a day’s work for Henry, I guess!

That’s all you need to know to get the locator in Kingdom Come Deliverance. For more tips, tricks, and information on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

A UK History graduate, Chris is a firm believer that Bioshock is the pinnacle of video game storytelling. He spends his days playing games, watching TV, or desperately attempting to improve his movie knowledge. You can follow him on Twitter @ChrisJecks, or email him at [email protected]

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