Age of Empires: Definitive Edition | PC
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition release date for PC:
December 2017 | Worldwide
December 2017 | Europe
December 2017 | USA
12 June 2017 | Sign-Up
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Game mode: single / multiplayer , multiplayer mode: Internet
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Age of Empires: Definitive Edition for PC / Windows is a refreshed version of the first installment of the legendary series of real time strategy games. In comparison to the original game that debuted in 1997, the new edition features improved graphics, fully symphonic soundtrack and many gameplay improvements.
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition contains the entire content of original Age of Empires and Rise of Rome expansion pack. The singleplayer scenarios (that take place in the ancient times) were enriched with new narrative.
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition for PC / Windows uses the well known and liked mechanics of RTS genre. The title focuses on expanding the base, recruiting army and participating in dynamic battles. The new version features many technical improvements and a modernized interface that makes it easier to manage the subjects. The game takes place during the ancient times, enabling the player to control civilizations from across the world and ages. Among the playable civilizations there are: Assyrians, Babylonians, Choson, Egyptians, Greeks, Hittites, Minoans, Persians, Phoenicians, Shang, Sumerians ,Yamato, Carthaginians, Macedonians, Palmyrans and Romans.
In addition to singleplayer historic campaigns, Age of Empires: Definite Edition for PC / Windows offers multiplayer mode based on Xbox Live with Achievements. It is also possible to play the game in Classic mode, which enables the player to play the classic version of the game from 1997.
The new version, released 20 years after the debut of the original title, features many graphics upgrades. Age of Empires: Definitive Edition for PC / Windows supports 4K resolution, free camera zooming and re-recorded symphonic soundtrack.