Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy game (RTS) set in the alternate reality of 1920+, just after the end of the Great War. The Game lets you control giant dieselpunk mechs, combining epic singleplayer and coop campaigns as well as skirmishes with intense action on the battlefield for multiplayer fans, Iron Harvest PC is the classic real-time strategy games fans have been waiting for. Tradition clashes with scientific and technological progress, while Europe is still recovering from the brutal battles of the World War.
Cities are being rebuilt and in the countryside, the era of the Iron Harvest has begun. Farmers are uncovering the remains of the majestic walking machines that had fought on the battlefields of the Great War. In the midst of this chaos, a new threat appears that will put Europe's very existence at risk.
Secret forces are putting everything they can towards destabilization of entire countries, determined to set the world on fire once again and finally seize control.
You have a first world war setting (somewhat, it's 1920) and giant mechs to destroy everything with. Do you need anything else?
Iron Harvest's mech-based strategy can burn a little slow, but the payoff is undoubtedly worth it.
Iron Harvest leverages its unique setting and strong design into an impressive and memorable RTS.
The strengths of Iron Harvest are its style and its imagery.
Iron Harvest isn’t perfect, but it is an engaging journey into a new world that’s fun to explore. The factions are crazy and their units even crazier, yet the threat of death still feels very real. It’s a shame some of the functionalities of playing let the game down, and its lack of tactical options do hold it back. However, I still found myself having a great time; its mechanics aren’t perfect, but its world is a joy to get lost in.
Iron Harvest is currently only an expensive early access version. The purchase must be made with the awareness that the single player campaign is the main game mode and that we will have to wait several months for a more refined and rewarding multiplayer experience.
Iron Harvest is definitely not a bad game by any stretch of the imagination. It’s just an average real-time tactics game with neat visuals and very little originality in its design.
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