SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - All News
Thursday - June 27, 2019
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - Video Review
Capsule Computers checked out the RTS/RPG hybrid SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest:
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Sunday - June 23, 2019
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - Review @ Powerup-Gaming
Powerup-Gaming checked out the RTS/RPG hybrid Spellforce 3: Soul Harvest:
Spellforce 3 Soul Harvest Review – A Masterclass in RTS-RPG Hybrids
Spellforce is an old real-time-strategy RPG franchise that inspires an awful lot of love and nostalgia in its fans. Now Grimlore Games has released a story-rich standalone expansion, Spellforce 3 Soul Harvest, in the style of Warcraft and Age of Empires.
Spellforce 3 Soul Harvest eloquently chronicles the aftermath of the Purity Wars in Nortander, in which an uneasy peace has settled on the land following wars spurred by anti-magic sentiment.
You—a disgraced general—are abruptly summoned home by your queen to deal with some unrest amongst the dwarven factions stirred up by a mysterious hatemonger. Meanwhile, the dark elves have taken to harvesting souls, because, reasons.
It naturally follows that these two factions, with the human faction planted firmly in the middle, are the focus of the game. Each has its own playable hero with specific characteristics.
The production values of Spellforce 3 Soul Harvest simply ooze style; the visuals are stunning and the voice acting is brilliantly charming. And the game certainly isn’t lacking in reasons for you to care about the plight of its world and its inhabitants – I had a blast talking with the NPCs around the world; particularly a certain blacksmith, who had me crying with laughter (as my housemates can attest).
The game’s developers claim that the campaign ought to take approximately 20 hours to complete but I for one took longer than that. I’m a sucker for side quests and I just have to find every last chest in existence.
And then there’s the option to play multiplayer co-op in both campaign and skirmish modes, and is, of course, as amusing or as deeply competitive and friendship-ending as you wish to make it.
If you’ve been hankering for a slick RTS-RPG with polished gameplay and a powerful emotional core, and you don’t mind some serious multitasking, you’ll have a great time with Spellforce 3 Soul Harvest.
Friday - May 31, 2019
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - Review @ IndianNoob
IndianNoob has reviewed SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest:
Spellforce 3 : Soul Harvest Review (PC) - Real Time Role Playing Strategy Done Right
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest is a standalone expansion to 2017's SpellForce 3. The game released for PC on steam on the 28th of May, 2019. It is a real time strategy game with RPG elements developed by Grimlore Games and published by THQNordic
As you people may know by now, I love my strategy games. Real-time or turn-based, they always invoke some sort of a rush in me. Add a mix of RPG elements to the fray and the feeling intensifies. Handling those systems in a manageable way is no easy task, and has a lot of scope for being a tad too much. Does this standalone expansion to 2017’s RTS-RPG hybrid SpellForce 3 live up to my expectation of the genre-melt? Let’s find out.
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest is a fitting sequel to SpellForce 3, and is a marked improvement over the previous game. The perfect balance between real-time strategy like Age of Empires while managing the equipment of your characters like Divinity Original Sin makes this game a joy to play through. I highly recommend getting it. The full price is â‚¹980, which is a very good price for the content offered in the base game. There’s also mod support to extend the game into the direction you wish. Get the game. Highly Recommended!
Tuesday - May 28, 2019
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - Released
The standalone expansion SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest is now available on Steam:
Three years after the Purity Wars, Nortander is on the cusp of a new era.
However, things aren’t as peaceful as they seem – when the Queen calls you, a disgraced General, back to your homeland, you’re plunged in a war on many fronts: While a hatemonger threatens to tear apart the Dwarven realm, an enigmatic cult of Dark Elves harvests the souls of people for reasons unknown.
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- Standalone expansion to the RTS/RPG mix SpellForce 3
- Story mode featuring a dark and enthralling story with a playtime of around 20 hours
- 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
- Play 5 distinct factions: Humans, Orcs, Elves, Dwarves and Dark Elves
- Epic fantasy soundtrack and bleeding edge top down graphics
Friday - May 24, 2019
SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest - Dwarves Trailer
A Spellforce 3: Soul Harvest trailer, featuring the Dwarves has been made available.
Early Axes! SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest shows the Dwarves in action in a new pre-release trailer!
With the power of Ale, they cannot fail! The mighty Dwarves are ready for every thief who wants to steal their Moonsilver.
Vienna/Austria and Munich/Germany, May 23rd, 2019 - The Dwarves! Masterful builders, legendary blacksmiths, seasoned warriors and the most stubborn folks you'll ever meet are making their way into SpellForce 3. With the Soul Harvest expansion, two more playable factions will boost the ranks of the RTS smash hit. Watch the new faction trailer and pick a 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!
Information aboutSpellForce 3: Soul Harvest
Developer: Grimlore Games
SP/MP: Single + MP
Play-time: 20-40 hours
Regions & platforms
· Platform: PC
· Released: 2019-05-28
· Publisher: THQ Nordic