The German studio King Art Games on its official website announced the long-awaited release of its Iron Harvest dieselpunk strategy on PC. The release of the game was marked with a corresponding trailer.
Iron Harvest went on sale for Steam, GOG and the Epic Games Store. In all of these stores, the game costs the same – 1085 rubles for the standard edition and 1499 rubles for the extended one.
As described in the services mentioned above, the Deluxe version, among other things, offers “Mini campaign and big addition”… Bonus content, however, is not yet available in the game.
Iron Harvest is set in a 1920s alternative Europe with walking combat robots. The plot tells about three fictional states – Polania (Poland), Saxony (Germany) and the Rusvet Empire (Russian Empire and USSR).
At launch, Iron Harvest is ready to offer over 20 story missions for three different factions with dozens of units, a battle mode against artificial intelligence, online multiplayer and an in-game achievement system.
Iron Harvest was greeted relatively warmly by journalists, with the project scoring 76 out of 100 on Metacritic. Reviewers praise the concept, storytelling, and visual style, but criticize the game for its lack of innovation, slow gameplay and technical turmoil.
The release of the console versions of Iron Harvest was originally scheduled for the same day as the computer, but in May the developers had to abandon this venture: the game will reach PS4 and Xbox One in the first quarter of 2021.
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