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Now they've got enough for everything save for a free DLC campaign thus far (over $1,220,000), 8 days left.
...Blizzard was a mistake.
Congrats to King Art Games. Iron Harvest reach all of their Kickstarter stretch goals.
Now might be a good time to create a TV Tropes page for the game.
Second devblog, including Q&A.
I like the look of this. Glad it's still trundling along. Company of Heroes with steampunk mechs. Hopefully mission variety isn't just siezing territory like that old game.
Devblog about Alpha release 1 that's out now. Most significantly, it appears there's no real NDA on releasing content or information about it.
Edited by VutherA on Aug 14th 2018 at 2:00:10 PM
Devblog. Among other things, a Relic-style Retreat button's in, fortifications and vaulting are hoped for the next phase, as is STABBY!
I mean melee combat for infantry units.
I wonder, does this world have like steampunk power armor, since they have mecha?
A couple of the factions seem to be wearing some really heavy-looking steel plate armor in the concept art, so it's possible. But so far in game its all been WWI era tech, infantry, and mech designs, with surprisingly few wheeled vehicles.
Yes, big ol' impossibly armoured doodz walking on their own legs (and probably a bit of help there) are in. They've been said to act as walking heavy weapons - an early trailer showed an example of one, with a mortar I believe, in the last 30 seconds. It's nearby the bayonet-armed mech on the left of the active gameplay on-screen, and the its icon is the gas-mask-looking one on the right of the unit selection list.
Eh, better late than never.
Thanks for the updates.
Looking good. Any word on how much improvements have gone into Alpha 2?
Good news. Iron Harvest now has a publisher.
The bad news? The publisher is Deep Silver and fans are worried that they might make the game an Epic Games store exclusive just like they did with Metro Exodus.
Of course -_-
...Well, I guess that would at least imply good things for its quality on release if so.
Eh, if it comes down to it then I guess I'll just put up with Epic's stupid launcher. I'm not the sort to miss out on a good game just because of some industry-grudge (even if the rationale behind said grudge does hold some merit).
As long as it's not exclusive exclusive.
IIRC, all Epic exclusives so far have been timed six-month ones.
Good news from Gamescom 2019. The game will be out on Sept. 1st, 2020 and will not be an Epic Game store exclusive and available to order on gog and Steam.
Thank goodness. Shame that itís still a year away though.
Better a late release game that works and not a rushed game...
Also, I'm surprised that a TV Tropes page hasn't shown up yet...
Edited by FicMasterFox on Aug 19th 2019 at 5:42:06 AM
Tvtropes page is finally up. Iron Harvest
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