Blacksmith Sim Anvil Saga Releases onto Steam Early Access later this Month

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Publisher HeroCraft PC has announced today that its historically accurate-ish blacksmith simulator, Anvil Saga, will be released into Steam Early Access on June 21st, 2022. The game will include a sandbox mode and the first chapter of the story campaign.

You can watch the release date trailer courtesy of the publisher.

About the game

Set during the Hundred Years’ War, Anvil Saga is a management sim with RPG elements where you take control of a blacksmith. Your goal is to turn a ramshackle store into a successful enterprise in a challenging world where all of your decisions impact the story and gameplay. You’ll need to deal with all manner of customers, from French and English soldiers to local bandits, manage workers, improve your establishment and tools, decorate the smithy, and more.

Key Features

  • Build the Smithy of Your Dreams – Construct new rooms and facilities to expand your operations and take on more challenging orders. From a simple workshop to a gym, each room will also need to be fitted with the appropriate furniture and decor.
  • Make Decisions and Deal With the Consequences – Maintain your reputation and relationships with customers and conflicting factions, each offering different protection and bonuses for your budding enterprise.
  • Become a Renowned Craftsman – Increase your prestige level to attract the rich, the famous, and the eccentric who will pay a premium.
  • Forge a Team of Professionals – Manage employees with different skill sets, needs, and personalities. Keep them happy by building special facilities, installing amenities, and decorating their rooms.

A new demo for Anvil Saga will also be released on Steam soon. Wishlist the game and follow the page so that you don’t miss out on the demo announcement.

Anvil Saga Release Date

Anvil Saga is set to release onto Steam Early Access on June 21st, 2022.

Source: Press Release

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