Age of Empires 4 Roadmap Information about DLCs and more

Only recently is PATCH 7989 the first update for Age of Empires 4 has been published, in which player feedback has also been incorporated. Now Microsoft has introduced a roadmap and thus the plan for the next six months. In our test, we call the game as unfortunately not brave enough and is too safe on number. Maybe the upcoming updates can change something.

Roadmap by Age of Empires 4

AoE4 Road Map of future updates announced
Even in the winter of this year, there should be more than 100 changes in the range of balancing, the readability of the minimal should be improved and the interface of the Chinese dynasty gets an update. There are also numerous bug fixes and Performance improvements rounding off the update named Winter 2021. However, the really exciting changes await us first beginning next year.

However, as in Age of Empires 3, there will be in the successor Mod Support. For this, the first Mod Tools for Age of Empires 4 (Buy €49.99) should appear in the spring 2022. In addition, the ranking system will give its debut in the spring. Each season will take 12 weeks.

In addition, we will expect again improvements to balancing and performance. The complete patches with other details can be found on the manufacturer s website.
Age of Empires 4: What plans Microsoft for the next six months of the game? (2) Source: Microsoft

Add-ons for Age of Empire 4

At the topic DLC extensions we unfortunately still stilt in the dark. Here the developers of Relic Entertainment quasi did not publish any information. One thing can be sure. Extensions will come into play, that s just a matter of time.

As early as 2019, Microsoft announced that they convince the fans Middles and do without microtransactions. You want to resort to the ideas and feedback on the community as well as the regular updates.

Strengthening cooperation with the fans and the waiver of microtransactions are welcome, provided the developers will keep their word.

What do you think about the roadmap? Did you miss something or are you satisfied?

Source: Microsoft

From Marc Schmidt

& Lukas Schmidt
Editorial manager
18.11.2021 at 13:52

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