Work is well underway on a Game of Thrones mod for Kingdom Come Deliverance for PC.
The popular Seven Kingdoms mod is being adapted to Warhorse’s medieval RPG, with work completed on some early House Stark armour.
The mod hopes to include all the major factions from Game of Thrones. House Stark, House Lannister, House Tully, House Frey, House Bracken, House Brax, House Blackwood, House Karstark, House Bolton, House Glover, House Whent, House Crakehall, House Lefford and the Brotherhood Without Banners will all be represented.
“The main goal is to recreate an open-world for players to explore during the War of the Five Kings,” say the mod’s creators.
“A main story-driven campaign will be created if the development tools support it, and we won’t have an idea until the SDK is released. Keep in mind this would require a very large number of voice actors, animators, and scripters, potentially lengthening development for a significant period of time.”
The Seven Kingdoms mod was last used for Attila: Total War but was limited by buggy custom maps and no campaign.
“The open-world and story-driven aspects of [Kingdom Come Deliverance] are better suited to the Game of Thrones universe, giving us much more potential for new features and gameplay modes. Most importantly, Warhorse Studios stands behind the modding community and has been very vocal about supporting mods,” said the mod team.
Seven Kingdoms mod
Seven Kingdoms is based on the Game of Thrones TV series rather than the books, and as well as weapons and armour is also likely to feature some of the same characters.
“The mod will be centered in the Riverlands during the War of the Five Kings,” detailed the modders. “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.”
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