It is still curious that Xbox Game Studios has waited until January 26 to publish the first trailer of Lords of the west, the same day this new payment expansion goes on sale for Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition.
It is logically one of January’s Top PC Releases. A DLC that comes out of 9.99 euros on Steam, or 8.99 euros in Microsoft Store (small discount if we have Xbox Game Pass for PC), with content never seen in the 1999 classic, being exclusive to your 2019 Definitive Edition.
As we comment a few weeks ago, include three new campaigns (Eduardo el Zanquilargo, Los Grandes Duques de Occidente and Los Hautevilles), completely dubbed into Spanish, apart from introducing two new civilizations: the Burgundians and the Sicilians. With all this, many overtime hours are guaranteed.
Let’s not forget that the Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition already included a new expansion compared to the 1999 original (The Last Khans), along with four more expansions, both from the Ensemble Studios classic and from the subsequent Steam remastering from a few years ago. Will more be on the way? And what will happen to Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition? And with Age of Empires IV?