Age of Empires: Definitive Edition offers completely rebuilt assets, with graphics in 4K, local LAN support, and multiplayer functionality through Xbox Live, along with a new soundtrack, a brand new UI, and better gameplay options. The game was previously set to launch on October 19 a year ago to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the original game. Fans of the original can rejoice, for the game will be updated and remastered come this February with Age of Empires: Definitive Edition. Campaign mode has also been enhanced with narration for every mission, and there are various enhancements for the campaign and scenario editor for thsoe wanting to put together their own custom campaigns.
To celebrate this announce, we're also opening up the multiplayer beta to more players worldwide starting January 29 so everyone can get a taste of the game for free before it launches on February 20.
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If you're among those who can not wait to try out Age of Empires Definitive Edition, it's also been confirmed that the multiplayer beta will be opened up. The completely new game will not be a remaster or remake.
KitGuru Says: Age of Empires was one of my favorite games back in the day, so I'm looking forward to the huge comeback Microsoft has planned for it.