‘Age of Empires 4’ announces massive patch adding fan-requested features

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Fans will be pleased with the upcoming changes

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age of empires 4 It’s getting a big new patch next week, adding some of the features fans have been requesting since it was released last month.

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first viewed by pcgameno, ns age of empires 4 The Winter Update sees some balance changes implemented. The French Hulk ship would be somewhat underpowered to ensure that it was not overpowered. With this said, cavalry would be more vulnerable to crossbowmen, both standard and elite, as well as spears.


Elsewhere, the bishopric of the Holy Roman Empire is fixed so that it can inspire nearby units even after a slight push. The Mongols are also being accommodated with their ‘improved mobility’ feature so that the speed modifier can be ‘appropriately applied’ from now on.

Age of Empires 4. Credits: Xbox Game Studios.

Some requested UI features will also be added. These include placing the Chinese Dynasty button in a less prominent position so it is now in the lower left corner of the screen. It will be possible to enable the in-game score screen as well. Other changes include being able to view the full map after a match so that players can see the construction of their opponents. Work is underway to make it easier to swap between the post-game stats screen and revealed maps as well, but don’t count on seeing it until spring.

Changes have also been made to the mini-map which makes the icons smaller across the board.

Microsoft and Relic Entertainment recently revealed their 2022 roadmap for the game. Spring 2022 marks the arrival of “user-generated content and tools,” which means the ability to use mods for unique maps, mods, and more.


Recently it was also revealed that age of empires 4 Will be playable for varsity credit next year at the University of Arizona.

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