Kingdom Come Deliverance When to Start From the Ashes DLC

People have been wondering when they can begin playing the From the Ashes DLC in Kingdom Come Deliverance. A lot of gamers probably assume that you can only start with the DLC after completing the campaign. As it turns out, you can begin with From the Ashes much earlier, and that might be the better option. So, let’s see when to begin playing From The Ashes DLC in Kingdom Come Deliverance.

Kingdom Come Deliverance When to Start From the Ashes DLC
Kingdom Come Deliverance When to Start From the Ashes DLC

When to Start From the Ashes DLC in Kingdom Come Deliverance?

You can start the From the Ashes DLC in Kingdom Come Deliverance after you’ve completed the whole campaign, or at least come near the end. It’s safe to assume that a lot of players are going to start rebuilding Pribyslavitz at that point, because there are other, much more pressing matters to attend to first. However, that’s not necessarily the best moment to start off with the From the Ashes DLC, especially not if you want a challenging playthrough. You can, in fact, start From the Ashes way earlier than you’d think.

In fact, according to Reddit, you can begin playing the From the Ashes content as soon as you complete the fight Runt and liberate Pribyslavitz. If you need help with that quest, you can check out our Baptism of Fire – How to kill Runt & Archers guide. From there and up until the end, you can begin rebuilding at any time that you want. In fact, blazing through the campaign and coming back to From the Ashes might just make your playthrough of the DLC less enjoyable. One of the biggest draws of Kingdom Come for many people is the high difficulty. If you push too far into the campaign, you might just end up way OP, and the DLC might be too easy.

In case you need further help with the From the Ashes DLC, feel free to check out our guides on how to best make money in From the Ashes, and how to get Stone, Charcoal, Grain.

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