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SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest This Month

THQ Nordic announces a May 28th release date for SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest, the standalone expansion for SpellForce 3 that adds a new Dark Elves race to the strategy sequel. They celebrate the news with a new faction trailer showing the Dark Elves exerting their influence on the battlefield. The announcement and the clip have a distinctly zerg vibe:

They are different. They are a swarm. They serve something greater than you could ever imagine. The Dark Elves are here and their mission is clear: They will reap the souls of the fallen and reanimate their hulls as their servants. Will you join them or will you feed their appetite for blood? Watch the new faction trailer and pick your side! The stand-alone expansion SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest will launch on May 28th, 2019 on PC for an SRP of $24.99 | 19.99 | 24.99!

Features:

  • Build distinct heroes through various options and combinations on a skilltree
  • Lead your army to victory in a reworked sector-based RTS system
  • Use unique mechanics of your army units to win epic battles
  • Use flying units for even more advance tactics
  • Epic fantasy soundtrack and bleeding edge top down graphics

Multiplayer Features:

  • Each faction has two unique heroes that compliment individual play styles
  • A modern multiplayer lobby will allow easier matchmaking and ranked play
  • Create your own maps with the powerful modding tools.

New features compared to SpellForce 3:

  • All-New Campaign: Featuring new storyline with over 20 hours of content
  • All-New abilities and skilltrees for even more diverse heroes
  • All-New RTS Gameplay: Sector-based system with a focus on global resource distribution and unique faction mechanic
  • Unique mechanics and unique unit kits make the races feel very diverse and offer replay-value in the campaign
  • Flying units allow more tactical elements
  • New factions: Dwarves and Dark Elves
  • Overhauled UI makes the game more pleasant to look at and more readable

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8. Re: SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest This Month May 16, 2019, 03:26 Osc8r
 
Tried the campaign co-op but man they ruined it, there was pretty much no action, it was all just walking and chat boxes... talk about boring.

Not only that, but characters you level up, stat up, and kit out just randomly die in the story without anything you can do about it.

Combat was also meh, and everything just felt extremely linear with little effect, from itemisation to stats/levels, as was the RTS aspect.

Spellforce 1 was so much better in every aspect, it was all downhill from there.
 
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