We covered Iron Harvest back at our visit to E3 this year, when James interviewed King Art Games' Julian Strzoda about the game. Since then we've been very closely following development of this unique post World War 1 mech-battle-em-up, and now we've learned some more details including the release date.
The game, which has been in development for a few years now, will be released on September 1st, 2020. There's also a new trailer, which shows some of the historical setting of the game and it's visual style, which is based on artist Jakub Różalski and his "World of 1920+".
The concept is to present an alternative version of post WW1 history, with 1920's art style, but with an unusual technological twist, described as a world where "tradition clashes with modernity, and the world is still full of secrets and blank spaces on the map.".
You can check out the trailer above. The game will release on both Steam and GOG on 1st of September 2020. Stay tuned to GameFront for more on Iron Harvest as we learn it, and don't forget to check out James' interview with the game's developer below.