World’s Edge studio claims to be listening to fans and has not forgotten the existence of Age of Mythology.
Si Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition and Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition will still benefit from new content later this year (DLC, co-op mode, new civilizations) , the spin-off of the license inspired by the mythology and legends of Greece, Egypt and the Nordic countries has not yet had the privilege of being entitled to a remastered edition. However, Microsoft had decided to reissue Age of Mythology on the Steam platform in 2014 before offering the Tale of the Dragon expansion in 2016. Although this better treated than many strategy games of the 1990s and 2000s, over the past five years it has not received the same love from the American publisher as it has for the series main.
Age of Mythology is still in the spirit of World’s Edge
While the Xbox Game Studios affiliate is currently busy with Relic Entertainment on the development of Age of Empires IV as well as the follow-up to the two Definitive Editions of the Age of Empires trilogy, Creative Director Adam Isgreen provided insight hope to Age of Mythology fans on the occasion of a panel discussion during a press event : “ I have said it before, and I will say it again… I haven’t forgotten AoM. We talk about it all the time. Stay tuned. We haven’t forgotten it. I love AoM. I like mythology in general. We love the franchise. We’re not claiming it doesn’t exist or anything like that. We know “. Senior executive producer Michael Mann took it up, saying, “ Absolutely, we know that. We’re listening. We listen 100% to this request. ”
So beware, Adam Isgreen hasn’t officially committed to a sequel or new expansion, but the enthusiastic response from the developers suggests that a new Age of Mythology isn’t out of the realm of the possible just like a remaster. which could see its development begin after the launch of Age of Empires IV by the end of the year.