Final Age of Empires 4 Civilizations Confirmed During Xbox Games Showcase Extended, Beta On the Way

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After a showing at the Xbox Games Showcase at E3 2021, Microsoft has revealed more about Age of Empires 4 at the Xbox Games Showcase Extended.

Relic revealed that the final two launch civilizations will be the Holy Roman Empire and Rus, which should make for an interesting combination of European and Asian history. They will be joined by the Chinese, English, Mongols, Delhi Sultanate, Abbasid Dynasty and the French.

Relic was also on hand to show off new gameplay during the event, discussing how camel units can confer buffs and other upgrades. It will also include mini-documentaries designed to educate players on areas surrounding the 100 Years War and other parts of history.

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The discussion also included naval combat and lots more. Relic says it has addressed fan feedback such as weapon scaling.

Relic is also continuing to support previous Age of Empires games. Age of Empires 2 has an expansion due called Dawn of the Dukes, which will add two new civilizations in the Bohemians and the Poles. It will be available free to anyone who pre-orders Age of Empires 4.

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A beta is coming up, Relic says. Sign-ups are available via Age of Empire’s Insider program.

Just a few days ago we got a concrete Age of Empires 4 release date, along with an impressive new gameplay trailer showing off its large-scale battles. Earlier this year we also got a campaign preview and looks at the Delhi Sultanate, Norman, and Chinese civilizations.

E3 2021 is officially over but make sure to check out everything else we have planned for IGN’s Summer of Gaming.

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