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    25 Years of Age of Empires – Anniversary Broadcast, Age of Empires IV Anniversary Edition & More

    The Age of Empires team has announced via Xbox Wire on the upcoming Age of Empires 25th Anniversary Broadcast, celebrating a huge milestone for the franchise!

    The broadcast will take place on October 26 at 1 AM (MYT) and can be viewed on Twitch,, and the official Age of Empires, Xbox, and Red Bull Gaming YouTube channels. There will be announcements, interviews with the team, and plenty of surprises

    Along with the news of the Anniversary Broadcast, here are other equally exciting announcements before the milestone celebration:

    • Age of Empires IV Anniversary Edition: This new package includes the base game, all updates made to Age of Empires IV since launch (including the Anniversary Update outlined below), and the two new civilizations — the Ottomans and Malians — in one package. This updated package will be available on October 26 on Steam, Windows, and PC Game Pass.
    • Age of Empires IV Anniversary Update: Existing Age of Empires IV players will be able to enjoy in-game content with the new Ottoman and Malian civilizations, new mastery challenges, achievements and eight new maps and biomes. But that’s not all — players will also be able to jump into the start of Season Three and the arrival of Ranked Team Games alongside improvements to naval balance and the introduction of waypoint markers.

    Fans are invited to join the conversation on social media using #AoE25.

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