It’s finally here; The Hidden Cup 3 will happen this weekend, and it will have the biggest prize pool in the last 18 years. The tournament will feature the Age of Empire 2: Definitive Edition, which introduces new civilizations. This might be a good thing to us, but the players that will take part in the tournament will have a limited time to come up with new strategies and adapt to the new features.
Things get more complicated than this. The participants won’t be able to use their names. Instead, they will get the Age of Empires stock names. You will find out if your favorite players won after the event is over, or perhaps you know his playstyle, and you’ll be able to tell him apart. This decision isn’t something that we get too often. Fans will cheer the best playstyle, the best strategy, not the name, which in my opinion sounds perfect.
The event will last until March...
It’s been two years since Age of Empires 4 was announced, and we’ve heard very little about it since. This is the only video we have for AOE 4 so far, but new gameplay should be released on November 14th so be on the lookout for that!
It’s been two years since Age of Empires 4 was announced, and we’ve heard very little about it since. We did learn in August that we would get our first real look at X019 on November 14th, and it looks like Xbox Games Marketing GM Aaron Greenberg kept his word – confirmation of which comes via a new tweet with a not-so-revealing GIF.
A new Age is upon us at #X019 pic.twitter.com/FISiP5LQLK— Aaron Greenberg ➡️ X019 🇬🇧 (@aarongreenberg) November 13, 2019
As far as we know, the first gameplay footage will be
revealed alongside Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition – a remaster that aims
to improve upon, well, just about everything without changing the core fundamentals.
On the plus side, there’s a good chance that we’ll finally learn when AOE 4
will actually be released or, at the very least, a generalized window of
Age of Empires 4 Announcement Trailer (2017)