Age of Empires 4 will land with another plan of action, giving players the alternative to either by and large buy the game or have it as impact of Microsoft’s membership based Game Pass administration. Yet, one thing it won’t have is microtransactions or in-application buys.
“The idea of microtransactions in a real-time strategy game isn’t a thing,” said Age of Empires creative director Adam Isgreen at XO19 in London. “DLC, expansions – all of that is things that we’re going to be exploring for Age 4.”
Actually, Isgreen said Microsoft’s new devoted Age of Empires studio World’s Edge is investigating development content for all the Age of Empires games, which incorporates Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition, which propelled this previous week.
To the extent what that development substance will resemble, Isgreen says that is from multiple points of view down to the games’ player networks. For instance, he stated, new civilisations most likely won’t come to Age of Empires II, since it as of now has 35.
“Our pro players are even like, please don’t add more civilisations, please do other things,” he said.