Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition was recently rated for age in Brazil. The release of the title could therefore come closer and closer. At the beginning of the year, selected players already had the chance to get a first look at the game in a beta. Fans are currently hoping for an announcement on July 23, 2020.
New clues have surfaced on the Internet that might indicate an early release of Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition. Accordingly, the title in Brazil has already been given an age rating. A user on the Reddit forum recently made the find. There is still no official statement from Microsoft.
It has been known for a long time that Age of Empires 3 will also be equipped with a Definitive Edition. A few months ago there was even a beta where selected participants could try out the game. The Definitive Editions of Age of Empires and Age of Empires 2 are already commercially available.
On July 23, Microsoft will showcase numerous first-party games in the Xbox Games Showcase. The focus here will be primarily on the Xbox Series X, but it is quite possible that other titles will be shown as part of the presentation.
In addition to the new editions, the Relic Entertainment team is also working on Age of Empires 4. The game will probably be released for the PC in 2021. Back in December 2019, we had the opportunity to talk to developers about Age of Empires 4 game modes, technologies, and campaigns. You can read more details in the interview. The title will initially only appear for the PC. After the launch, the creators also want to think about other versions – including probably for Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
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