Developer King Art Games has published several trailers of the game Iron Harvest 1920+ during the digital game festival Guerilla Collective. A demo will be available for a week from Tuesday.
Those interested can play the demo for free from June 16 to 22. It is possible to try out the multiplayer part, but managing, among other things, the signature mechanical robots is also possible in a skirmish mode, where you have to fight against the artificial intelligence.
During the third day of the Guerilla Collective festival, a developer of the game showed gameplay footage from the tutorial. The trailers also show images of battles, where, for example, a robot breaks through a building, where the destruction is clearly visible in the form of a crumbling wall.
Iron Harvest 1920+ revolves around an alternate reality of the 1920s in Europe, in the period after the First World War. There are three major factions present in the game: Saxony Empire, The Polania Republic, and Rusviet. Players can control not only soldiers, but also large, steam-powered mechanical robots and machines.
Iron Harvest 1920+ is based on images by Polish artist Jakub Rozalski and took off after a successful Kickstarter campaign. On September 1, 2020, the rts game, which resembles Company of Heroes in gameplay, will be available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.