Relic demonstrated the gameplay of “Age of Empires 4” in a demo today.
Age of Empires 4 Will enter PC and Xbox Game Pass through PC and Steam this fall and fall. Closed beta is also in progress.
You can also view the virtual village through the “Age of Empires” website.
During the demonstration, one of the four historical battles available was shown, and this is the Battle of Norman.
Since then, the new force of the Delhi Sultanate was shown to be confronting English. Many elephant units are displayed and they are indeed your favorite.
It shows that the battle began in the early Middle Ages. In this video, the video shows British villagers collecting resources to start building a town center, scouts hunting deer, and villagers collecting meat from sheep. Soon, an isolated scout encountered an enemy’s fortifications, so the war began. Then, as the civilization continues to develop, you will see spearmen, archers, and combat-oriented buildings are developing.
It can be expected to present new innovations in the event in the form of a modern documentary. Moreover, if you are a competitive multiplayer gamer, then franchising will not have a bunch of asymmetric civilizations before.
Another trailer showed new insights into the Chinese Empire. In the feudal era and the Mongols’ war against China, there is a sharp contrast between the castle and the knight in another trailer. The identity of the Chinese is immediately evident in the “unique architecture and clothing”, precise period language, and military units with historical weapons.
Compared with the Chinese, Mongolians are mostly based on tents, which allows them to clean up their villages and move to different parts of the map. This will lead to many new strategies and strategies.
It also shows the imperial era of the Chinese and Mongols, showing huge fortresses and multi-unit structures such as barracks and horses. A huge army entered the battlefield, and we saw trebuchets, soldiers on horseback, signal fireworks and so on.
In addition to the above, Relic also showed a new invisible forest mechanic, which contains unique forest patches. Here, the unit can hide under the tree and set up an ambush. The line of sight into and within these forested areas is severely restricted, which means that troops may pass each other without being seen by any troops. The invisible unit is shown as a blue outline and responds in a low voice.
Finally, a navy trailer was shown at the end of the presentation.
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