King Art Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its real-time strategy game Iron Harvest. The developer seeks $450,000 to help produce the base game and campaigns, skirmish mode and multiplayer come at higher stretch goals. The good news is with this camapign, the title is now also expected to release on consoles. The game is set in an alternate reality of 1920+, the same universe of the board game Scythe. To get a better idea of the title's classic real-time strategy gameplay, a new video showcases 6 minutes of footage. More information on the crowdfunding campaign and the rewards here.
@nostradamus: well yeah for good or for bad they went away from initial idea of the series with the last 2 games. (39 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: oh lack of content has not been an issue on Ubi's games in a long time. ;p If anything, this time they have improved their side quests. (48 minutes ago)
@Seth: how can on come from the pillars of parkour and assassination sneak mission, to barren no platforming dark souls action lite, i can't comprhend. why call a main ass creed anymore, its derivativ (54 minutes ago)
@Seth: If anything I've heard that Odyssey compounds those issues. I've heard plenty of people say that there's TOO MUCH content. (7 Hours ago)
I'll keep playing once per week, but the Ubi's usual world building, gigantic maps filled with crap is not changed since last gen and is kinda off putting. (8 Hours ago)
@AndreasZ94: i do like the more responsive controls of the main characters, but the world is lifeless coming from RDR2, horse controls and animations are laughable and generation behind competition. (8 Hours ago)
@AndreasZ94: I did tried AC odyssey for a few hours. It's weird, that game is extremely pretty (on PC) and i like some of the side quests and the dialogue choices. (8 Hours ago)