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Kingdom Two Crowns grows bigger with a free Dead Lands expansion out now

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Kingdom Two Crowns has a bit of a crossover going over, with the Dead Lands expansion out now across all platforms and it's free for everyone too. Quite a varied team involved in this one with it being published by Raw Fury, while also developed by director & designer Gordon Van Dyke (Stumpy Squid), Fury Studios, and Coatsink all working together.

What is it? Kingdom Two Crowns is a side-scrolling micro strategy game with a minimalist feel wrapped in a beautiful, modern pixel art aesthetic. Play the role of a monarch atop their steed and recruit loyal subjects, build your kingdom and protect it from the greedy creatures looking to steal your coins and crown.

This latest update is a Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night crossover. You don't need to have played it though. It adds a dark new setting that changes how you rule. You can also now change your mount for the first time as you explore and switch between four different monarchs, each with a special unique trait.

Check out the update launch trailer:

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Probably not the last big update for Kingdom Two Crowns either, as the team said they will continue "to keep the feeling of exploration, discovery, and strategy alive in Kingdom Two Crowns in post-release updates with more themed settings, each with unique styles that marvel the eye while changing how you rule the lands".

If you wish to pick up a copy it can be found on Humble Store and Steam.

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