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‘Age of Empires 4’ release date: Excitement on the game reaches fever pitch as Gamescom officially kicks off

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The excitement surrounding “Age of Empires 4” is now at a boiling point as Gamescom has officially started. Creative director Adam Isgreen previously said that they’re still undecided what event will feature the sequel.

However, it’s been highly speculated that “Age of Empires 4” will be making an appearance in this year’s Gamescom and the RTS community are at the edge of their seat what Microsoft and Relic Entertainment will reveal. It’s still unclear how much information will be offered but judging by Isgreen’s previous statement, the developers may be planning something explosive.

“We’ve got Gamescom coming up, and then XO later this year in London, so at the latest, you’ll hear more about ‘Age of Empires 4’ by XO. I will say that later this year, we will start taking the wraps off both Age 3 and Age 4,” Isgreen said.

Gamers hoping for Age of Empires 4 gameplay demo

Sure the statement is a little vague. But given that “Age of Empires 4” wasn’t featured in E3 2019, there’s a high chance that Microsoft may have been polishing its presentation for the game all this time. So for anyone who wants to be updated with the latest news about the sequel, simply follow the instructions provided in this link.

One of the things that gamers are eager to feast their eyes upon is the gameplay reveal of “Age of Empires 4.” The trailer for the game showcased several civilizations throughout history including British Redcoats, Aztec Warriors, Japanese Samurais, Native Americans, and more. It would be nice to know if all the factions shown in the trailer are playable.

Age of Empires 4 release date

Another detail, of course, is when “Age of Empires 4” will hit the shelves. While this remains unconfirmed for now, we could be looking at a release date at the latter months of 2020 since there’s still a lot of work to be done for the upcoming installment.

The good news is that the franchise has a few more offerings that could tide us over until “Age of Empires 4” arrives. It’s been announced that “Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition” will be coming out this November and will be supporting a cross-network system between Steam and Microsoft, PCGamer reported.

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