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With the standalone expansion SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest bringing a new story and several improvements to the long-running PC favourite. In a world filled with conflict and Dark Elves and Humans and Dwarves we sent newcomer Eden Burg into the fantasy land known as Nortander to build up an army, conquer whatever needed conquering, and fight off a bunch of giant spiders.

Because if it's a fantasy RPG then there's going to be giant spiders.
Firing up SpellForce 3: Soul Harvest for the first time is like being reacquainted with an old friend as you’re treated to the first notes of an overall fantastic soundtrack. The campaign is playable in both single player or co-operative, with skirmish modes available against AI and other players. When it comes to SpellForce, it’s the campaign that always stands out and Soul Harvest continues the trend of deep character creation tools where you can swap out different heads, bodies, hair and so forth like those kids from Weird Science. That is, before diving into ability and skill trees of course.

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