Age of Empires is getting loads of love as of late, as we stand on the precipice of the Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition and stay up for the eventual Age of Empires 4 release date. However there’s nonetheless the matter of the sequence’ god-focused spin-off: what does this all imply for Age of Mythology? We’ll most likely be ready an excellent, very long time to seek out out, however Microsoft hasn’t given up on the AOM.
“After we get via the Definitive Editions for the three right here, and four is sort of rolling,” AOE inventive director Adam Isgreen tells Eurogamer, “then we’re going to look again and see what we will do with Fable. As a result of I like Fable, we’re not going to go away it behind, we’ll determine what to do with it then.”
Isgreen was responding to a query a couple of Definitive Version for AOM, so don’t essentially take that as a sign that correct Age of Mythology 2 is coming. Nonetheless, Microsoft quietly announced the launch of a brand new Age of Empires studio again at E3, so the writer is clearly dedicated to an enormous future for the sequence.
Within the meantime, we’ll get a patch for AOM: Prolonged Version – the 2014 HD remaster that isn’t fairly as substantial as the brand new Definitive Version sequence – “actually quickly.” Isgreen says “there are some exploits and a few issues on the market that we all know gamers would love us to eliminate, so we’re going to be doing that.”
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For now, you’ll must make do with the Definitive Version of the primary Age of Empires, should you want a extra modernised tackle traditional RTS motion. AOE:DE is coming to Steam as a part of Microsoft’s plan to increase help between platforms, so that you’ll have a brand new avenue to choose it up quickly.