However, DLC and expansions can be expected.
Microsoft finally revealed the game for Relic Entertainment Age of Empires 4 in X019 and it was something. Displaying medieval times, it was the perfect combination of building cities, armies and animation of stellar units. Even better is the fact that the RTS will not have microtransactions or in-game purchases.
Speaking to PCGamesN, creative director Adam Isgreen said that "the idea of microtransactions in a real-time strategy game is not a thing. DLC, expansions: all that is what we are going to explore 4 years. "Interestingly, the new Worlds Edge team will be working on expansions to Age of Empires 4 and other titles in the series, including the recently released Age of Empires 2: Final Edition.
Isgreen actually commented on how there will be no more civilizations for Age of Empires 2: Final Edition. The current number of civilizations is 35 and the players insist on not having more. "Our professional players are similar, please don't add more civilizations, do other things." The conversations continue to see which game modes the fans would like to see.
Age of Empires 4 get to the PC but it doesn't have a definitive release date. Age of Empires 2: Final Edition It is currently available for PC through Steam, Microsoft Store and Xbox Game Pass for PC.