Kingdom Come: Deliverance treasure map hunters will have probably already found one or two of the mysterious drawings, but some are far easier to find than others.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a bit of an oddity, in a lot of ways. Its systems are unusual and sometimes unclear, and its gameplay is built around them in a way that lends itself to the idea of realism and replicating the sensation of doing things for yourself.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance's lockpicking isn't fully explained the first time you get to try it out, and even later when you get some lessons it can feel tricky.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance's save game system is a weirdly one. The system that governs how to save in Kingdom Come restricts how and when you can save to just a handful of situations, and drastically restricts your ability to do it on demand, too.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance console commands are a nice and handy - if a little old school - means of making your experience slightly more to your liking, whether that's by turning on crosshairs to help shoot your bow or turning off the HUD to help grab some lovely screenshots.
In Kingdom Come: Deliverance horse riding and horses are one of the most important aspects to master, with horses the primary means of long-distance transport - outside of fast travel that is - and likewise a helpful way to avoid or gain advantage in combat, and even expand your inventory.