Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

Kingdom Two Crowns: Norse Lands’Premium DLC’ Soon Arrives at Switch

Kingdom to crown Is Switch’s pretty good resource management / strategy game, and since its release in late 2018, there are some fun free updates to keep things fresh. Publisher Raw Fury has confirmed that the first “Premium DLC” will arrive on November 16th. Northland..There isn’t really a trailer show Switch logo. Press releases and social media have confirmed that Switch is included in the update and DLC.

According to the official pitch, this DLC (not yet priced at the time of writing) offers new campaigns and rich content.

Norse Lands expands the world of award-winning Kingdom Two Crowns. A new sixth land to explore, tame pets, and many updates to gameplay, big and small. Here are some notable additions to the premium DLC:

-Norse Ruler: Ride a powerful Norse horse and use the power of the Norse gods. Viking-affected rulers offer a whole new way for players to explore, build, defend, and conquer ice and snow lands.
–Norse Citizen Jobs: Powerful Berserkers, as best shown by the extraordinary warriors, the citizens of Norse Lands defend their kingdom, hold shields in their hands and defeat greed at every sacrifice. increase.
-Protected by all citizens: According to the culture of Norse warriors, the citizens of Norse land are ready to protect their territory from the oncoming threats. Whether you’re a farmer, vanguard, farmer, archer, or builder, they either protect their land or go to Valhalla to challenge!
-Severe North: Due to the effects of all-new weather, players can feel both the beauty and relentless nature of Northland. And when the cold winter begins, rulers need to think wisely about strategies to survive.
-Greedy: A whole new kind of greed to defend …

On November 16th, all players will receive a free patch “Conquest” update. These are changes based on user feedback.

There is a new Citizen House that can be built on the ruins of the Vagrant Camp, where coins can be used to quickly serve new citizens. Townspeople were coached to deal with some of their annoying habits. As a result, they are now good at their work. In battle, you can also see improvements such as the pace of enemy waves, unit balance, and collapse. This is just one example.

If you’re a fan of Kingdom Two Crowns, let us know-do you want to get the Norse Lands DLC?