The world is in a fragile state in KING Art Games’ Iron Harvest. The Great War has ended and Europe is in a state of recuperation. Unfortunately, in this alternate reality version of 1920+, dieselpunk mechs dominate the battlefield and a new foe is slowly emerging to bring about chaos. So naturally, the three factions go to war once more.
This is highlighted in the new trailer below, which features lots of mech-oriented warfare. KING Art Games and Deep Silver also confirmed that a demo for the game would be available on PC. It goes live today and will be available until June 22nd as part of the Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition.
The final game promises a fairly hefty single-player component with nine heroes, three campaigns and over 20 missions. There are more than 30 units types across all the factions and all campaigns are playable in co-op. Skirmish and multiplayer is also supported, the latter having support for ranked play and leagues.
Iron Harvest is out on September 1st for PC with PS4 and Xbox One versions coming later.