The new work of the classic real-time strategy game “Century Empire” series “Age of Empires IV” (Age of Empires IV) revealed a lot of news during the E3 video game show last weekend, including the participation of Joan of Arc. This time, in the extended version of the Xbox Games Showcase live broadcast event this morning in Taiwan time, Microsoft disclosed the last two civilizations and the names of the battles that have not yet been exposed in “Century Empire IV”. The game content can be said to be gradually in place.
In this morning’s live broadcast event, the Holy Roman Empire and Russia joined six civilizations including Britain, China, the Sultanate of Delhi, Mongolia, France, and the Abbasid dynasty, forming the first eight civilizations to be listed on the market; in addition to the four historical battles In addition to the open Norman battle and the French Hundred Years’ War battles, the rise of Moscow and the battle of the Mongol Empire that were exposed this morning.
The members of the “Century Empire IV” team also shared the characteristics of the civilization of the Abbasid dynasty and France in the live event. The Abbasid dynasty has very amazing technological development. One is that the camel-type attack unit can be used to strengthen the Buff for the team through the technology tree. In order to gain combat advantage; as for France, it has strong trading capabilities, and the team is also ready to tell the story of Joan of Arc in the battle of the Hundred Years War between Britain and France.
Speaking of giving back to the community, Adam Isgreen, the creative director of World’s Edge Game Studio, also said that after watching the game data of the “Century Empire” series, he found that many players in “Century Empire II” did not fight naval battles, but if there were no naval battles Everyone wants it again; when they face this difficult problem, they ask themselves “Do we need to do this?” Then they ran to the advisory team and asked, “In fact, you don’t play naval battles very much, so do you still need to add it? ?” The final feedback we got was “We know what you mean, but naval battles are still necessary. This is great.”
The development team revealed that they were caught in the battle between heaven and humans whether to continue to put naval battles into the game. Picture: Retrieved from YouTube
“Century Empire IV” will be launched on the PC platform on October 28 this year.
“Century Empire IV” will be launched on the PC platform on October 28 this year. Picture: Reproduced from “Century Empire IV”