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Trailer: Iron Harvest Complete Edition brings the full RTS experience to consoles

Released today for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, King Games’ Iron Harvest Complete Edition is packing the full PC game, complete with all the DLC.

The Harvest is here

KING Art Games and Prime Matter are bringing out the big guns with the release of the long-awaited Iron Harvest Complete Edition for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Spearheading the launch of the first real-time strategy (RTS) title for the new generation of consoles, KING Art Games will build on the success from the PC release, seamlessly transferring the intuitive control system to gamepad, giving players an equally fast and responsive interface. 

Iron Harvest Complete Edition contains all previously released enhancements and updates. The Rusviet Revolution and Operation Eagle add-ons will give gamers a wide range of maps and units to stomp into single and multiplayer combat.

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In addition to the entire Iron Harvest catalog, King Games says that you can also expect to see more “free content enhancements” in the future. So there’s more to come in the Iron Harvest universe. Also, if you’re playing on the PC and would like to get down on a little control pad action, you will soon be able to.

According to King Games, support is being worked on and is a part of their planned upcoming content. As for Iron Harvest Complete Edition, that’s out right now for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Click here to check out our review of the base game, from the PC launch.

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