Saturday, November 27

Age of Empires 4: Roadmap, DLC Info, and More

Only recently is with Patch 7989 the first Update for Age of Empires 4 has been released, which also includes player feedback. Now Microsoft has presented a roadmap and thus the plan for the next six months. In our test, we describe the game as unfortunately not brave enough and play it safe too much. Maybe they can upcoming updates change something about that.

Age of Empires 4 roadmap

In the winter of this year it should be more than 100 changes in the area of Balancing give that Readability of the minimap should be improved and that too Interface the Chinese dynasty gets an update. There are also numerous Bugfixes and Performance improvementswho named the update “Winter 2021” round off. The really exciting changes are still waiting for us at the beginning of next year.

As in Age of Empires 3, it will be in the sequel Mod-Support give. The first should be in spring 2022 Mod tools for Age of Empires 4 (buy now € 49.99) appear. Besides, that too Ranking system make its debut in the spring. Each season will last 12 weeks.

Plus we will be back then too Improvements in balancing and performance expect. the complete patch notes with further details can be found on the manufacturer’s website.

Age of Empires 4: What is Microsoft planning for the next six months of the game? (2)

What: Microsoft

Age of Empire 4 add-ons

On the subject DLC expansions unfortunately we are still groping in the dark. Here, the developers of Relic Entertainment have given out virtually no information. One thing can be said for sure, however. Extensions will come into play, it’s just a matter of time.

As early as 2019, Microsoft announced that they would be fans convince with DLCs and do without microtransactions want. As with the regular updates, they want to fall back on ideas and feedback from the community.

A closer cooperation with the fans and the avoidance of microtransactions are welcome, provided the developers keep their word.

What do you think of the roadmap? Are you missing something or are you generally satisfied?

Those: Microsoft

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