Warhorse Studios announced on their twitter earlier today the plans for a DLC Roadmap for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. While the specific details are pretty sparse, the graphic suggests that Warhorse plans on supporting the game pretty substantially into next year, with as many as 5 DLC packs hitting before 2019.
Warhorse has already taken pretty big strides in polishing out the launch bug woes of the game's initial releases through free patches (1.3 and 1.4), so now it seems like a greater amount of developer focus will go into expanding the game content itself. Though another similar update is still in the pipeline as well.
The story DLCs are listed as follows: "From the Ashes", "The Amorous Adventures of Sir Hans Capon", "Band of Bastards", and "A Woman's Lot". We don't have a lot to go on as to the content of the DLC, but each does come with a new artwork setting the tone for each, at least.
There's also a mixture of developer videos and free gameplay updates alongside the core DLC packs. These include a free Hardcore Mode, a Tournament feature, as well as modding support coming at some point next year.
As part of a promotion for the new outline, the game is currently 20% off on Steam for the next day.
You can read our review for the game here.