Are you sure?NPD November 2017 retail period (October 29-November 25, 2017)
I thought it was based off Thursdays. Not Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays.
No, November was 4 and December was 5 as alwaysAre you sure?
Wasn't Nov 5 weeks? Still large though.No, November was 4 and December was 5 as always
When we set out to create the Definitive Edition of the original Age of Empires, our goal was to deliver the best possible version of this classic, from a top notch audio-visual presentation to multiplayer to core game systems. Everything needed to be as good as you remembered it (or better!) to deliver a compelling RTS experience 20 years after its original release.
…and that took us a bit longer than we'd originally planned. But, it was important for the team to treat the Age of Empires franchise with the respect it deserves, so we took the time we needed to get features like attack-move and the improved minimap exactly right, and even added things like an in-game tech tree (how did we survive 1997 without that?) that we hope fans will love.
And now I'm happy to announce that Age of Empires: Definitive Edition is launching on February 20 worldwide for Windows 10 PCs at $19.99 USD.
For this Definitive Edition, we've made improvements like:
Completely rebuilding assets for a modern 4K presentation
Letting you play online with Xbox LIVE (in addition to LAN play)
Re-recorded the original soundtrack with a new orchestral score
Adding campaign narration for every mission
Enhancing the campaign and scenario editor, which allows anyone to make original custom campaigns for the game, by letting players easily share them with other players around the world via AgeOfEmpires.com