The Steel Goliaths series (sometimes referred to as SG) is a multimedia franchise consisting of three main video game installments, a feature length film, a comic book series, and several spin-off titles. The original trilogy is set during the Second Galactic War, which takes place between the years of 2488 and 2495, and follows several squadrons of mech pilots, known as lances, as they both fight the war and themselves. The franchise is centered around the use of giant machines known as Mechanized Infantry Units, also known as Mechs, which range in size, firepower, speed, and weight.
The original game, Steel Goliaths was released on January 14th, 2016 and was met with widespread acclaim. The sequels, Steel Goliaths II and Steel Goliaths: Final Days were released in 2021 and 2024 respectively and both enjoyed a generally positive reception from fans and reviewers. As of now, several spin-off titles are being planned and a comic book series is also in production. A feature length film of the same name is scheduled for a 2034 release date, but it will not follow the same story as the game series.
The Steel Goliaths franchise is owned, published, and developed by Infinite Development Incorporated. As of 2025, several subsidiaries of IDI are in preparation to add on to the franchise while IDI Central works on other projects. The game series utilizes several Marks the Ultimate Experience Engine.
As of February 2025, the Steel Goliaths series has sold over 70 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling franchises in the world.
The first installment of the Steel Goliaths series is a PC/Fusion exclusive game that was released on January 14th, 2016. The game was developed and published by Infinite Development Incorporated and was created by Ethan Sumner. The game is powered by a UEE Mk. II engine. The game is designed as combat simulator with role playing elements with in it. The game received several DLCs between April of 2017 and July of 2018. The game was made available on Steam on May 25th, 2019.
Final Fronts TrilogyEdit
The mechs seen on various pages are just vague representations of what the Creator has in mind and are simply placeholders until official designs are made. All credit goes to the original artists of the various images.