Kingdom Come: Deliverance Easter Eggs, Secrets, And References
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a cool game. Everything from its representation of the 15th century Kingdom of Bohemia to historically accurate content and realistic combat: it’s a joy to experience. However, the fun doesn’t stop there. As it turns out, Warhorse’s depiction of Bohemia is brimmed with Easter Eggs and references to other video games, books, movies, and whatnot.
It hasn’t been a fortnight since Kingdom Come: Deliverance launched, and players are already discovering some really cool Easter Eggs and Secrets left by Warhorse Games. Having stumbled upon a handful of these ourselves, we decided to round all of the currently-found Kingdom Come: Deliverance Easter Eggs up and compile them in a nifty, little video.
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From Game of Thrones to Lord of the Rings, The Witcher, The Legend of Zelda, and even X-Men: the video attached above details all these cool Easter Eggs that you can find. It goes without saying but the video is full of potential spoilers in case you want to find them yourself. If that doesn’t concern you, this video is all giggles and laughter.
For instance, one of the horses in KCD is named Roach: you know; Geralt’s horse. Upon speaking with the Horse Trader, he will tell you that he bought her from an old Polish fellow and that she has a mind of her own. Those of you who experienced The Witcher III: Wild Hunt will know that Roach goes where she pleases.
The trader also tells you that the old Polish bloke has now settled down with a wife and he’s afraid she’d to stuff him. Never change, Yennefer, never change. Check out the video attached above for some more Kingdom Come: Deliverance Easter Eggs, secrets, and references.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is now available on PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4. Know any other Easter Eggs that we missed, be sure to let us know in the comments section below!