On December 1, Age of Empires III: DE will welcome Mexican culture

It's currently available for pre-order for 4.99 euros, and it'll give us one of the game's most diverse playable factions.

On December 1, Age of Empires III: DE will welcome Mexican culture

Although many of you are probably currently playing Age of Empires IV, Microsoft has just stated that they are not yet through with Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition and that the remastering of the third iteration will continue to receive additional material in the near future. Not surprisingly, the civilisation of Mexico will be added to the game as a playable group on December 1, which will be available as downloadable content for 4.99 euros.

A civilization with numerous strategic options

This civilization will offer us two new explorers, a unique revolution mechanic, 8 units, 2 buildings, and a new metropolis with specific shipping letters for Mexicans, not to mention the new historical battle "Grito de Dolores," as described in its description on Steam, where it is already available to reserve.

Its advancement mechanics stand out in this regard, as it will allow us to develop by choosing between multiple states, each of which will reward us with unique shipping letters and benefits tailored to different play styles, making it one of the most versatile and adaptable civilizations. has a greater number of strategic options for the entire game

A strategy classic is being remastered.

Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition is a remastering of last year's PC edition of this real-time strategy classic. If you want to know what we thought, check out our Vandal analysis, where we said, "it has been done with great care working both in playable aspects and in technical aspects in addition to adding new content to a number of missions, campaigns, and civilizations that was already abysmal, allowing us to enjoy hundreds or thousands of hours of fun with one of the best installments in the history of strategy games."

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