During the past E3 2019 was the first video preview of Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, the long-awaited remastering of this classic real-time strategy that will be released on PC later this year. Beyond graphic improvements and game settings, one of its main attractions is the introduction of a completely original campaign called The Last Khans. Does Microsoft plan to introduce new civilizations after its launch? Everything seems to indicate that no.
Tell the story of the fall of the Mongol Empire, which is just what The Last Khans is about. The new additions came because the team in charge of the remastering asked what other great Civilizations of the time could join the fight? The authors of Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition, ” after many debates & quot ;, decided ” to tell the story of the fall of the Mongol Empire, which is just what The Last Khans ” treats
” At this point, I believe that we are not going to add more civilizations to Age II, quoted the head of the Age of Empires series, Adam Isgreen, in an interview with PCGamesN. ” I do not foresee more factions within the game. I think we’ll add more content, campaigns, new game modes, “continue the Microsoft creative; & we’ll explore all this kind of additional content, but even our professional players are saying: ‘we have finished, we already have enough civilizations to last a lifetime ‘. “
Isgreen is quite clear about it. ” I think that fans would like to feel comfortable with the game rather than trying to adapt even to more civilizations. There’s a saturation point, and I think we’re right on it. & Quot; With the release of this remastering scheduled for fall 2019, Microsoft recently announced the creation of a new studio dedicated to Age of Empires. Fans of this legendary strategy have also been waiting for news about their new episode, an Age of Empires IV in which Relic Entertainment works.