Kingdom Come: Deliverance is already a big hit in terms of sale and concurrent players, which obviously raises the question of what's coming next - Kingdom Come: Deliverance DLC, of course!
During a 90 minute interview with a Czech outlet (thankfully translated by a user from the ResetEra forums), Creative Director Daniel Vávra provided some important details regarding the future of the medieval RPG.
According to Vávra, the team is already working on a DLC questline where you play as a woman - most likely Theresa, the lady who saved your bacon at the start of the game.
There is also interest in adding proper Czech voice acting into the game, but since Kingdom Come: Deliverance has 110 hours of voice acting, the effort may not be worth it. Vávra estimates it would take three months of work for a team of over 60 people to implement it, which would understandably take time away from more important stuff.
For modders, the situation is a bit complicated. The team rewrote most of the CryEngine and are unsure of what could be legally released, and they had no time to look into it before launch. Now, they will negotiate with Crytek and see what can and can't be done.
Given the success of Kingdom Come, it's fair to expect future games from the company -- something Vávra believes will be made significantly less difficult and hopefully faster, thanks to the already developed tools and experience. For those, crowdfunding is a possibility, as "a way to measure interest, build relationship with fans, etc."
In terms of reception, Warhorse has 10 dedicated people watching streams and forums to get as much feedback as possible. They claimed to never having seen the Falcon Kick bug before it was recorded, for example, and are working on fixing the game.
A making of documentary is also planned, and will be released soon with footage of the launch party, audience reaction, and the time immediately before the game was released.