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


kingdom with crowns It’s a good resource management/strategy game on the Switch, and since its release in late 2018, it’s been getting some fun free updates to keep things fresh. Publisher Raw Fury has now confirmed that the first “Featured DLC” will arrive on November 16, titled norse land. Although the trailer doesn’t actually do that to watch Switch logo, confirmed in the press release and on social media that the Switch is included in the update and downloadable content.

This downloadable content (which is not priced at the time of writing) will offer a new campaign and plenty of content, according to the official rendering.

With Norse Lands, the scope of the award-winning world of Kingdom Two Crowns is growing exponentially. A new sixth land to explore, pets to be tamed, along with many updates to gameplay, big and small. Notable extras offered in this premium downloadable content include:

Norse Rulers: Sit on mighty Norse horses and enjoy the powers of the Norse gods themselves. Viking-influenced rulers offer a whole new way for players to explore, build, defend and conquer lands of ice and snow.
– Norse Citizen Jobs: The best example is the powerful Berserker, the exceptional warrior, the citizens of Norse Lands will defend their kingdom and defeat greed at any cost with a shield in hand.
– Protect all citizens: According to Norse warrior culture, the citizens of Scandinavian lands stand ready to protect the world from looming threats. Whether they are peasants, vanguards, farmers, archers or builders, they will defend their land or go to Valhalla trying!
– The Harsh North: All-new weather effects are sure to make players feel both the beauty and nature of the northern lands. And when the cold winter sets in, rulers need to think about their survival strategies wisely.
– Greed: a whole new breed of greed to defend against…

November 16 will also offer a free patch for all players, the “Conquest” update. They are changes based on user feedback:


There is a new Citizen House that can be built on the ruins of a homeless camp that will give you a ready supply of new citizens – at the cost of a coin. The townspeople received training to deal with some of their annoying habits. As a result, they are now better at their jobs. Battle also sees improvements, including the pace of enemy waves, unit balance, and dissolution, just to name a few.

Tell us if you’re a fan of Kingdom Two Crowns – tend to pick up Norse Lands DLC?




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