SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest Announces Release Date and New Faction

THQ Nordic has announced the release date for SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest alongside details of the DLC’s new faction, the Dark Elves. Soul Harvest will go live on May 28th, 2019 for PC.

The description of the Dark Elves reads:

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?

SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest Announces Release Date and New Faction
credit// THQ Nordic

The new features launching with the DLC pack include:

  • 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
  • All-new campaign featuring a 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 text more readable

Multiplayer comes with its own set of rules as well:

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

SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest will launch on May 28, 2019 on PC.

You can check out the Dark Elves faction in the new trailer below.

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