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 Gameguru Mania News - Oct,16 2017 -  
Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Delayed - briefly
(hx) 02:38 PM EDT - Oct,16 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
What is considered a late announcement and an official game delay? Developer Forgotten Empires is pushing those boundaries with Age of Empires: Definitive Edition, which originally planned on launching this week. However, according to a brand new developer blog post, the game won’t be seeing the light of day in its final form until an unknown period — with the Age of Empires Team hoping to aim for 2018.
When we set out to re-release the original Age of Empires (as ‘Age of Empires: Definitive Edition’), we had many debates over the extent of restoration that we should undertake. The challenge of re-releasing a classic is just that: it’s a classic and it deserves to be treated with careful reverence. At the same time, in a living, thriving genre, norms continually evolve, technology advances, and player expectations change. This is as true for RTS as for any other genre. So, the challenge is to recreate the experience not as it *actually* was but as we all remember it. How can we modernize the game while preserving the fun, discovery and magic of that first experience?

To that end, rather than a final release of Age of Empires: Definitive Edition on October 19, we will instead be inviting thousands more players from the community into our closed beta between now and launch to allow for more in-depth testing across single player campaign, multiplayer balance, fine-tuning the lobby, etc.

We don’t have a final release date to share quite yet, but are targeting early 2018. In the meantime, we will be actively engaging with everyone participating in the closed beta to gather additional feedback, set up multiplayer sessions, and ensure that the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition that we are delivering is the Definitive Edition that you want.
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Tom(11:31 AM EDT - Oct,17 2017 )
Pfft, the reality is cutting costs/ re-aligning teams and working on AoE4. Rise of Nations they made a beta and it's a mess. Doubt RoN will get any love any time soon. Only took months for them to even respond on Steam forums. Meanwhile, everyone went back to the original release where things work.

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