Today, ISOTX announced the release of the long awaited patch 1.13 for its video game Iron Grip: Warlord. The new patch contains several new features which enhance Iron Grip: Warlord’s gameplay. Consequently, patch 1.13 offers players many more hours of gaming fun.
Responding to player feedback, several of the game’s characteristics have been expanded. The most important change is the addition of an entirely new level, known as the Bunker map. Secondly, the game now has full compatibility with Steam and has integrated Steamworks voice chat, leaderboard and achievements.
Steam Summer Camp Sale
In celebration of the Iron Grip: Warlord upgrade release, the game will take part in Steam’s Summer Camp Sale starting on the 30th of June and running through July 10th. Single copies and the four pack deal will be available with a 50% discount.
Iron Grip: Warlords
Released in 2005, Iron Grip: Warlord was ISOTX’s first commercial game. Drawing from a bold combination of FPS and RTS, the gameplay revolves around an advanced tower defense where players must repel a large army from their territory at all costs. Apart from the single player modes, gamers can enjoy multiplayer co-op battles, which can host up to 8 players at the time.
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