Iron Harvest open beta starts this weekend with mechs, soldiers, & bears


At this point, weekends may not matter more than any other day. However, this weekend there is mechanical fun. Especially if you love destroying armies of mechs, soldiers, and even wild animals in a chaotic mix of combat. We are talking about Iron Harvest open beta, and you can join throughout August. Furthermore, the Iron Harvest The ESL Preseason Tournament will start near the end to end it all.

The real-time strategy game comes through King Art Games and Deep Silver. The beta version itself contains meaty content for players to experience. At least some of the campaign missions can be played in addition to challenge scenarios, a skirmish mode, and a competitive multiplayer mode.

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You can access the Iron Harvest Open the beta through Steam, though the final product will be released on GOG and the Epic Games Store as well. With the September 1 release date about a month away, the open beta will give gamers a solid insight into what to expect in the release version. However, the developers expect to receive a lot of valuable feedback from beta players, so a balance adjustment can be expected.

Iron Harvest open beta starts this weekend with Mechs, Soldiers and Bears (2)

If you are considering joining the Iron Harvest ESL preseason tournament, this is what you need to know. The first qualifier begins on Saturday, August 8. Subsequent qualifiers will take place next Saturday, culminating in the Grand Final from August 27-30 at Gamescom. Players will compete for prizes of up to $ 8,300, which is worth it to any aspiring RTS player.

During the Iron Harvest open beta, the game will also see changes. King Art Games shared that additional language support, balance changes, more maps and even meta-game features will be added. Everything will run until September 1, when the full game is released.

Iron Harvest open beta starts this weekend with Mechs, Soldiers and Bears (1)

Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy game set in the alternate reality of 1920+ after the First World War. See traditional clashes with scientific and technological progress, all as Europe struggles to recover from the brutal battles of the World War. That’s where you get giant mechs mixed with men and nature in a battle to the death. It all sounds like a fun time, to be sure.

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