Iron Harvest 1920+ Complete Edition coming to PS5 and Xbox Series S|X in October

KING Art Games is celebrating the one year anniversary of Iron Harvest 1920+ with the announcement that a Complete Edition of the game is coming to consoles in October. Both the PS5 and Xbox Series S|X consoles will receive Iron Harvest 1920+ Complete Edition on October 26 giving console players their first chance to explore an alternate history following World War I.

The Complete Edition includes all previously released content in addition to new content which hasn’t yet been made available.

A trailer for Iron Harvest 1920+ Complete Edition takes a look back at the journey to release for the game and the way in which the community has shaped it post release and a look forward to Year 2 and the new ‘Worldmap’ mode.

Iron Harvest 1920+ Console

Today’s announcement specifically mentions PS5 and Xbox Series S|X but makes no mention of last-gen consoles. We’re not sure if that means Iron Harvest 1920+ is skipping PS4 and Xbox One, but we’ve reached out the publisher and will update this story when we have more details.

Iron Harvest 1920+ Complete Edition includes;

  • 4 Factions with 4 unique campaigns
  • 12 playable Heroes
  • 18 Multiplayer Maps
  • Over 30 Missions
  • Side-by-side coop
  • The complete PC experience redefined and optimised for consoles

It will be available on PS5 and Xbox Series S|X on October 26, 2021, both digitally and physically.

At the dawn of the 20th century, shortly after the end of the Great War, the world is full of secrets and mysteries, of opportunities and challenges. Tradition clashes with scientific and technological progress, while Europe is still recovering from the brutal battles of the World War. Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy game (RTS) set in the alternate reality of 1920+, just after the end of the Great War. To create the perfect RTS-experience the team has been working in close cooperation with global RTS-fans ever since the highly successful kickstarter campaign.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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