In modern history, we have seen how the power dynasty has evolved. From era to era, the rule, the kingdom has changed drastically. We have learnt about monarchs and the generation of rulers they created. Whether it be Alexander the Great or the era of Delhi coming under the Sultanate, history is always written by the victors. Often, we get to know about history through games. Many games keep their plotline and story parallel or completely based on these events. If we can compare multiple eras in a game, then our answer would be Age of Empires.
From the Stone Age through the Iron Age, we get to see multiple events in Europe, Africa, and Asia through the Age of Empires. The expansion game version focused on the establishment and development of the Roman Empire. The fourth sequel of the game, Age of Empires IV, focuses on civilizations. Some popular ones are the Chinese, the English, the French, the Mongols, the Abbassid Dynasty and the Delhi Sultanate. Earlier, what used to be called Indians will now see getting replaced by Delhi Sultanate. With a rich loaded of history, the empire period is still yet to be completed. So does that mean another sequel of Age of Empires? Read this article as we share the details.
Age of Empires V Release Date, Trailer, Gameplay & More
While Ensemble Studios need to officially announce the fifth title under the Age of Empires belt, we can expect one soon. In the Age of Empires V, we can see more empires coming up. The replacement of Indians with the Delhi Sultanate can lead to the arrival of the Mughal Dynasty in the Age of Empires. Henceforth, we can see the mighty power and influence of Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan and Aurangzeb, coming into the game. As the Mughal empire marks its entry, we can work on the expansion of the territory, while having a fun learning session. Looking at the trend of release, we can expect Age of Empires V to roll out by October 2024.
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