Microsoft may have a new Age of Empires title in the works. Age of Empires IV?

Please let it be Age of Empires IV

Microsoft probably has another Age of Empires title in the works as we speak. This speculation comes from a Microsoft job advert that states the following:

“The Decisive Games team is focused on world class strategy game development, and is building a studio that will bring the next instalment in a beloved strategy game franchise to the next generation of gamers around the world. This is a highly-collaborative, agile team, with a play-centric approach to game development. Be part of Microsoft Game Studios, and help us create the next-generation of awesome games for Windows and Xbox!”

Age of Empires has always been a fan favourite strategy game and many gamers, including us here at Gamer UK have been hoping for a new title within the franchise. A note AOE fans should relay to Microsoft is that gamers want a full Age of Empires strategy game like the original 3, not another free to play game that throws micro-transactions people faces or some mobile game.

Age of Empire fans got to play one of the best games in the series as a remastered edition, Age of Empires II. Imagine an awesome game like AOE II with next-gen graphics and a wider player base with lots of new additions. Heres hoping Microsoft and the developers take a page from AOE I, II and III games and make an incredible strategy game for PC and Xbox.

Its a good idea to note that there has been no conformation or solid evidence as of yet that the studio is actually working on an AOE title. It was mention as a ‘a beloved strategy game franchise’ but what else could it be?

Would you be as happy as us if they were working on a proper Age Of Empires game? Let us know!

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