Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Band of Bastards

Warhorse Studios, Deep Silver

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OpenCritic Rating
63
Top Critic Average
40%
Critics Recommend
Based on 5 critic reviews
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Band of Bastards

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Based on 5 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

63

Top Critic Average

40%

Critics Recommend

Based on 5 critic reviews
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Available on:PCFeb 5, 2019
Xbox OneFeb 5, 2019
PlayStation 4Feb 5, 2019

Developer: Warhorse Studios

Publisher: Deep Silver

Genres: Adventure, RPG

The roads around Rattay are far from safe, so Sir Radzig Kobyla has enlisted the help of an old acquaintance, the impoverished but wily Baron Kuno of Rychwald, and his infamous mercenary band. Radzig sends Henry to guide the band around the territory... and to keep their unbridled appetite for trouble in check. They set out to patrol the province and soon discover that Radzig's sworn enemies from long ago have come to settle old accounts. The rival bands engage in a tit-for-tat war that finally culminates in an inevitable showdown. FEATURES: Combat-oriented quest line with multiple endings New location “Kuno’s Camp”, filled with new characters with interesting stories Camp side-activity “The Ring of Bacchus” New items and a unique set of armour

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Band of Bastards is a satisfyingly violent DLC for one Kingdom Come, and one that does a good job of making you feel like part of brotherhood of vagrants. Just don't expect anything that strays too far from the formula established by the core game.

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Band of Bastards is essentially a short side quest consisting of five combat-driven missions and an extremely unsatisfying conclusion.

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Band of Bastards isn’t epic in length or bursting with content, and its overarching story isn’t likely to get its hooks in you, but it’s still a good reason to revisit Kingdom Come: Deliverance. And if you’re still making your way through the game for the first time, it’s even better.

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If you're a true Kingdom Come: Deliverance fan and you like its unconventional combat system, give Band of Bastards a chance. For a slightly lower price than last time, you'll get a good, although not extraordinary, adventure and this time even without significant technical issues.

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