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Hands on History – 28 Unlockable Videos for Age Of Empires 4

During their pre-Gamescom presentation, Xbox gave us an even deeper look at Age of Empires 4, and highlighted a series of unlockable videos that would show various aspects of how civilizations ruled the world in the past. Here is more from the Xbox Wire:


Fans got an exclusive first look at one of the videos today, highlighting everyone’s favorite medieval weapon – the trebuchet! Shot on location at Warwick Castle in England with Mechanical Engineer Dr. Shini Somara, players saw a full-scale trebuchet in action with insight into how this weapon of war worked.

Age of Empires 4 boasts 8 different civilizations players can explore and play: English, Chinese, French, Delhi Sultanate, Mongols, Abbasid Dynasty, Holy Roman Empire, and the Rus. The game will also feature a number of campaigns, including the Norman Campaign, the 100 Years War, The Mongol Empire, and the Rise of Russia.

Here is a brief summary of what to expect from the official Age of Empires website:

To start their empires, players will need to explore the world around them to locate essential resources. Using these resources, they’ll construct buildings, produce units, and build their economies — all the while fighting off a barrage of enemy raids and attacks. Guide your empire through the ages, and when the time is right, strike your enemies with the full force of your empire, claiming victory!

Here are the minimum requirements in order to play Age of Empires 4 on Windows 10:

Minimum System Requirements

Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system.

OS: Windows 10 – 64 bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-6300U
Memory: 8GB
Graphics: Intel HD 520
DirectX: Version 12

For more on Age of Empires 4, stay with us here on GamesReviews. With many fans of the series writing on the site, I can guarantee a plethora of content for you to enjoy as we get closer to the game’s launch on October 28th!


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