Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, the 4k remake of the famous strategic Microsoft available today on the Windows Store.
Age of Empires news
More than 20 years after its launch and after an accurate “restyling”, the long awaited “Age of Empires: Definitive Edition” arrives today on the Windows Store.
The re-edition of Microsoft’s strategic history gives fans the opportunity to relive the experience of the original title with some “modernizations” offering over 40 hours of updated campaigns (including those of the Rise of Rome expansion), graphics and animations renewed including support at 4k, while remaining faithful to the original models, a remastered soundtrack, and, for lovers of competitive challenges, the online multiplayer will allow you to battle with 7 other players using the Xbox Live platform.
With the Definitive Edition there are also some improvements related to the gameplay itself compared to the original game, some introduced in the sequels, such as the increase of the maximum unit limit per player from 50 to 250, the production queues for construction (absent in the original title ) with the possibility of distributing it on all the buildings of the same type, the search for inactive units (both citizens and military) and the possibility of quickly replanting an exhausted farm.
To return to the Age of Empires battlefield the minimum requirements are anything but high, in fact a PC with Windows 10, 1.8GHz Dual Core CPU, an Intel HD4000 GPU (integrated) or equivalent, 4GB of RAM and 20GB of disk space, while for those recommended you go up to a 2.5GHz QuadCore CPU, 16GB of RAM and Nvidia GPU GTX650 / AMD HD5850 or higher. Also included in the price, Age of Empires Definitve Edition can be purchased in digital version on the Windows Store for $19.99.
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