Iron Harvest | Review, the beauty of war

Iron Harvest | Review, the beauty of war
When you come across a work by Jakub Rozalsk you can't help but be amazed, amazed both by the beauty of the artist's stroke and by what is represented within it. The Polish artist, among his countless works, delighted in a long series of illustrations with the same setting in common, that is, an alternative and splendid post Great War with exquisitely diesel-punk themes. The Europe of 1920 in Rozalsk's imagination is in fact a contrasting land, where huge and devastating mechs engage in battles with cavalry in rural landscapes with an anachronistic flavor. An irresistible setting, from which the famous board game Scythe was born, which now finally arrives on PC with Iron Harvest 1920+, that is, with one of the most promising new IPs of the genre for some years now.

If you are an Xbox One or PS4 owner, unfortunately we will have to wait a little longer. The latest effort by King Art Games will arrive on your gaming platforms only in the course of 2021. But now let's stop talking and let's immerse ourselves in what is the bewitching world of Iron Harvest 1920+.

We have reviewed the game with the following PC:
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