All the info in one place on Battletech, the Mech Strategy game from Shadowrun developer Harebrained Schemes and Paradox Interactive.
A new video from Paradox and Harebrained Schemes explores the story of the upcoming "first turn-based tactical ‘Mech PC game in over 20 years".
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Battletech now has a release date of April, according to Paradox Interactive. We called it "Firefly meets XCOM, with Mechs" and we're very excited indeed.