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The trenches of Iron Harvest are calling again as the award-winning RTS gets even bigger with a free add-on, introducing the World Map Campaign and over 40 new missions.
The first of three updates is releasing today for PC, with the console version following later on.
The World Map Campaigns offer an exciting way to experience the rich world of the alternative history of 1920+. Nations in conflict fight to protect their all-new capital maps and to gain stable control over the territories. The rules for meta-gameplay are simple, but the tactical depth comes with its own learning curve and gives players many ways to optimize their own grand strategy. Quests and scenario battles will decide the outcome!
The scenarios bring challenging single-player missions to Iron Harvest, revisiting the 60 maps of the game with a fresh spin. The most recent starting parameters and victory conditions will force players to command the giant dieselpunk mechs in unusual ways. Several renewed mission types with over 40 new missions in total, ranging from the classic destroying the enemy HQ to a capture-the-flag-esque scenario, and an advanced AI that adapts to the mission objective will keep players on their toes.
There are several world map configurations for the player to choose from, all with their own tactical division of the territories and victory conditions. Each world map will also offer a custom campaign editor, allowing players to set up their very own world map to conquer.
On top of that, the new 3v3 multiplayer/skirmish map Forgotten Fortress will lead players into the hazardous desert of Arabia. Together with the latest balancing and stability improvements, this update expands Iron Harvest even further, making it one of the largest RTS games on the market.
Iron Harvest was first released in 2020 and received continuous free updates featuring maps, seasons, and rewards. The game is available for PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.
About King Art Games
KING Art is an independent game developer with years of experience in creating high-quality games for all major platforms. More than 40 employees across several teams are located at the offices in Bremen, Germany, and work with about as many freelancers around the globe. Founded in 2000, KING Art has since released more than 50 titles in different genres, with a focus on narrative games, RPGs, and strategy games. The company and its games have received multiple prestigious awards, including Best Strategy Game and Best Development Studio.
KING Art is a licensed developer for Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo platforms and a member of Verband der Deutschen Games-Branche (GAME) and Bremen digital media.
About Prime Matter
Headquartered in Munich, Germany, Prime Matter is the premium gaming label dedicated to delivering a range of diverse and immersive games from amazing gaming development talent all around the globe. Working across projects of all styles, scopes, and sizes, single-player, co-op to live ops, from producing to publishing, from ambitious teams taking their first step that need full support without compromising their dream to larger established successful studios searching for that next step in the global market and building of brands.
Prime Matter looks to lead through creativity, expression, and passion, with games that will grip and enchant with enthralling story-telling, winning an audience with its incredible moments and larger-than-life experiences. Prime Matter is a proud member of the Koch Media Group.
About Koch Media
The Koch Media Group is a global developer, publisher, and distributor of video games, VR games, gaming hardware, and merchandise.
The group’s publishing, marketing, and distribution activities extend throughout Europe, America, Australia, and Asia. Koch Media has more than 25 years of experience in the digital media business and has risen to become a leading global publishing partner.
The Koch Media Group runs a multi-label strategy, with fully owned publishing units, such as Deep Silver, Prime Matter, Milestone, Vertigo Games, and Ravenscourt; publishing games for consoles, PC, and VR platforms across all physical and digital channels.
Additionally – as a global publishing partner – Koch Media has formed long-term multinational publishing collaborations with numerous game publishers including; Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, Capcom, Focus Multimedia, Giants Software, Koei Tecmo, Paradox, Sega, SNK, Square Enix, Techland, THQ Nordic, Tripwire, Warner Bros and many others.
With its parent company in Höfen / Austria – and the HQ in Munich / Germany – Koch Media owns local publishing companies in Germany, the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Australia, the United States as well as Japan and Hong Kong.
The Koch Media Group owns 10 game development studios: Deep Silver Volition (Champaign, IL / USA), Deep Silver Dambuster Studios (Nottingham / UK), Deep Silver Fishlabs (Hamburg / Germany), Warhorse Studios (Prague / Czech Republic), Milestone (Milan / Italy), Voxler (Paris / France), Digixart (Montpellier / France), Flying Wild Hog (Warsaw, Kraków, Rzeszów / Poland), Free Radical Design (Nottingham / UK) and Vertigo Games (Rotterdam / the Netherlands). Additionally, the Koch Media Group collaborates with numerous independent development studios around the world.
Part of the Koch Media Group is also Koch Films; a leading European independent film distributor with business primarily in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy as a cinema, TV, online, and Home Entertainment distributor. The Koch Media Group also owns leading video game merchandise companies Gaya Entertainment (Munich / Germany) and DPI Merchandising (Denver, Roseburg / USA), and a Quality Assurance Facility in Olomouc / Czech Republic.