Age of Empires, the RTS game that started it all, originally came out in 1997. The game was developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft Studios. The game’s popularity and immense success prompted 7 subsequent titles and three-spin offs. In the 2000s it was impossible to find a PC without some sequel of the game installed on it. The game was beautifully crafted and was easy on the hardware. At the end of it all came Age of Empires Definitive Edition. A remake of the original classic.
Age of Empires Definitive Edition came out in Feb 2017 on the Microsoft store. The pivotal real-time strategy game that had launched a 20-year legacy returned in definitive form for Windows 10 PCs. With over 40 hours of modernized gameplay, all-new 4K visuals, 8-person multiplayer battles and a host of other new features, nothing more could make a true Age of Empire fan happier.
Age of Empires Definitive Edition for Xbox One Spotted on Xbox Store
Today, what is even better is that we have caught a glimpse of the game on the Xbox Store. Yes, Age of Empire: Definitive Edition is expected to be announced at the upcoming Xbox X018 event on Nov 11.
The screenshot above has come to us from the Spanish Xbox Store and it shows clearly the listing for Age of Empires: Definitive Edition. This is no wonder exciting for all those Age of Empire fans who don’t own a gaming PC and want to experience the classic with improved visuals and resolution.
Moreover, now would be a good time to get that KB+M combo for your Xbox One if you truly want to experience this game the way it was meant to be experienced.
Leave us a comment below and tell us if you are looking forward to the announcement later on in Xbox X018.