Inside Xbox’s Age of Empires news is here: it’s a release date for Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition!
Coming November 14th to PC through the Windows Store and Steam, the remaster of the classic strategy game is coming sooner than we thought. With 4K visuals, support for modern resolutions and a new chapter to play through, this should keep AoE fans busy until the fourth game releases.
Microsoft’s Inside Xbox at Gamescom 2019 is aiming to bring Xbox gamers a wealth of new announcements. Most exciting, Xbox is planning something to do with the mysterious Age of Empires 4 at this year’s show.
In development at Relic, the studio behind Warhammer: Dawn of War, Company of Heroes and more, the title has remained almost silent after its original announcement. While Microsoft is adamant that the project is shaping up well behind closed doors, we still haven’t seen anything other than its trailer.
Teased on the official Age of Empires Twitter account, Age of Empires should have some presence at Microsoft’s showing. Whether it’s the fourth title or the upcoming remake of Age of Empires 2 remains unknown. If we’re lucky, it’ll be both!
? Monday, August 19th @ 17:00 CEST / 8 a.m. PT please tune in to https://t.co/G6yvSD6ixu for some exciting #AgeofEmpires news! More details about us at #Gamescom2019 are here: https://t.co/tTloIsTQBR Stay tuned with us on social media as well, much more to come! See you Monday! pic.twitter.com/Xn0swRBv3c
— AgeOfEmpires (@AgeOfEmpires) August 16, 2019
With Microsoft’s Inside Xbox showing not including any more backward compatibility announcements, we hope that the company has enough reveals to keep the show interesting.