Operation Eagle is the sequel to Iron Harvest that was revealed at E3 2018. This sequel will have a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode. The campaign will take place during the final days of World War I and the multiplayer will have a medieval theme.
Operation Eagle is a turn-based tactical war game set in the Iron Harvest universe. It is the first expansion to Iron Harvest, and adds new units, tactics and scenarios to the game. The expansion is available for the Windows version of Iron Harvest, and is planned to be released on Steam Early Access. The game was successfully funded on Kickstarter in February 2015.
The first expansionIron Harvest 1920, Operation Eagle, was released last week and brings with it the US Usonia faction, new flying units and a new narrative campaign. Usonia differs from the previous factions in its emphasis on air units and area attacks, with almost all mechas inflicting splash damage over a large area. The new campaign, which can be played solo or cooperatively, takes players from the blizzards of Alaska to the dunes of Arabia with seven new missions and over twenty-five minutes of new cutscenes. The campaign also features a number of new playable units from the rebel Bedouin tribes, including camels equipped with miniguns and grenade-throwing assassins. Even if you don’t buy the expansion, you can still enjoy many of the features of Operation Eagle, including new air units for the older factions and improved AI. If you’re new to Iron Harvest, you can currently purchase the game for 50% off at the Epic Store. This discount also applies to the Deluxe Edition, which includes DLC Operation Eagle and Rusviet Revolution at no additional cost. Meanwhile, Steam users have the exclusive ability to purchase Operation Eagle and play it as a standalone game if you’re only interested in Usonia or want to make a small purchase before getting the full game. Our Not So Massive section describes the game in detail and highlights its complex history. View