Historical Strategy Evolved: The Dawn of Songs of Steel: Hispania
In an exciting development for strategy game enthusiasts, Songs of Steel: Hispania, a historical turn-based strategy game, has just released its first trailer. Developed by Spain’s Meteorbyte and published by Combat Time, the game draws inspiration from genre giants like Age of Wonders and The Banner Saga. Promising a blend of intricate combat mechanics and a rich narrative, this new title is set to rejuvenate the historical strategy scene.
A Journey Through Time: Exploring the Numantian War
Songs of Steel: Hispania isn’t just a game; it’s a time machine. It transports players to the tumultuous era of the Numantian War, immersing them in an age of conflict and conquest. With this setting, the game offers a unique blend of historical authenticity and strategic gameplay.
Meteorbyte’s Vision: Crafting a Game with Heart and History
Phil González, CEO of Meteorbyte, shares his passion for history and gaming, explaining the studio’s commitment to historical accuracy and storytelling. “We’re huge history buffs,” says González, “and the Numantian War is a fascinating, lesser-known chapter of the Roman Republic.” He emphasizes the game’s balance between historical fidelity and engaging gameplay, aiming to create a compelling human narrative within the strategic framework.
Wishlist Now: Anticipation Builds on Steam
For those eager to dive into this historical adventure, the Songs of Steel: Hispania Steam page is live, with the promise of more details about the game’s release coming soon. As players await further updates, the anticipation for this blend of history and strategy continues to grow.
Platforms: Microsoft Windows