Iron Harvest Comes to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S Next Month

King Art Games has announced their RTS game Iron Harvest is getting a Complete Edition for the next-gen consoles in October!

I’m always down for RTS games on consoles (mostly because my PC just can’t ever seem to keep up with the latest releases), so I’m super excited to see Iron Harvest has a release date for consoles. The complete edition of the game will bring previously released DLC to PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series consoles on October 26, 2021.

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Iron Harvest, KING Art Games is happy to announce the Iron Harvest Complete Edition, releasing on October 26, 2021 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Iron Harvest Complete Edition contains the previously released Rusviet Revolution and Operation Eagle DLC add-ons. It will be accompanied along with the next update that brings a new multiplayer map, a new buildable defensive structure, quality of life enhancements and a lot of tweaks and adjustments to the beloved squad-based RTS.

In addition to gameplay content, KING Art Games is preparing for the release of the “Iron Harvest Extended Soundtrack,” with 70 minutes of extra music from the main game and the Operation Eagle add-on. Available on Spotify, YouTube and other music platforms available on the title’s anniversary month.

With airships dominating the skies, and giant diesel-punk mechs stomping on the ground, players worldwide created a competitive and friendly community that not only contributed valuable feedback but also competed to become the best Mech commander the world of Iron Harvest has ever seen. Long before the successful Kickstarter in 2018, the Iron Harvest community influenced and shaped what finally culminated into the Iron Harvest Complete Edition.

Will you be picking up Iron Harvest on consoles next month?

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