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19 Jan 2019, 08:42

I am privileged to bring to you an update about our beloved Age of Empires 4. Before you all dismiss this as a hoax, let me just paste the two links here so you can check for yourself:

https://naekranie.pl/aktualnosci/polak- ... -4-3928492
https://www.facebook.com/mikolai.stroinski.official/

Follow these links to discover that a Polish composer was chosen and is in the works of producing the soundtrack for the next installment. Which means this game is happenin for reals and more details will probably start being revealed soon :)

This is literally the most serious and important post I ever made. I'm so proud.
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19 Jan 2019, 12:35

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It is good to go with east-European composers for the more classical projects tbh
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19 Jan 2019, 12:46

Don't know why the nationality plays such a huge role for you guys, but it is definitely a welcome sign for their commitment to the aoeIV project.

The wording on the facebook profile is interesting as it stats that "I've been writing music for this awesome legendary title Age of Empires 4", which indicates that the process is going for some time.

Do you think one could somehow predict the AoE4 time frame, given of what we know about the composer?
More modern music -> more modern time frame?
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19 Jan 2019, 13:01

duckzilla wrote:Don't know why the nationality plays such a huge role for you guys, but it is definitely a welcome sign for their commitment to the aoeIV project.

The wording on the facebook profile is interesting as it stats that "I've been writing music for this awesome legendary title Age of Empires 4", which indicates that the process is going for some time.

Do you think one could somehow predict the AoE4 time frame, given of what we know about the composer?
More modern music -> more modern time frame?


Poland strong is a meme, it mostly adresses exceptions to the general rule lol @duckzilla
I meant that it is a safe choice, slavic cultures are generally quite conservative, and with orchestral music----that is very good. Stroiński's work at Witcher games predicts solid music for our AoE 4

They could go for some synth guy and crowds wouldn't even notice. It is a reason to cherish if they go for the Witcher guy instead. (I still think the best would be Andreas Waldetoft)
"More modern?"
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19 Jan 2019, 14:23

duckzilla wrote:The wording on the facebook profile is interesting as it stats that "I've been writing music for this awesome legendary title Age of Empires 4", which indicates that the process is going for some time.

Of course it's been going for some time, the game's been announced in 2017...
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19 Jan 2019, 16:01

Yeah, but you know that they were quite silent on giving news about any actual progress... This is the first news where someone claims to work on actual content and not just "we plan to work on aoe4 somewhere in the future". Just being announced, it does not mean that anyone is actually working on it currently.
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19 Jan 2019, 23:09

duckzilla wrote:Yeah, but you know that they were quite silent on giving news about any actual progress... This is the first news where someone claims to work on actual content and not just "we plan to work on aoe4 somewhere in the future". Just being announced, it does not mean that anyone is actually working on it currently.


Or that it will be finished.
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19 Jan 2019, 23:33

Please let it be the same composer as TW3
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24 Feb 2019, 14:02

The game might be nearer than we thought. Release within a year is imho certain
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15 May 2019, 15:58

Imperial Noob wrote:
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The Cover Photo is from AgeofEmpires4HQ which was a fansite but is now defunct, it doesn't mean anything
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Riotcoke wrote: The Cover Photo is from AgeofEmpires4HQ which was a fansite but is now defunct, it doesn't mean anything

What do you mean by "it doesn't mean anything"?
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15 May 2019, 23:52

Poland means II WW and panzers.
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16 May 2019, 08:12

t3rror1sta wrote:Poland means II WW and panzers.

If anything, Poland implies that 2nd WW is entirely excluded from options. Firstly, Poland was merely a secondary power, not really interesting to include directly at the beginning. Secondly, Poland was far more powerful between ~1450-1750 as Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
If Poland is a faction in AoE4, then we will see a timeframe of roughly 1400-1900 and potentially a continental european context (religious wars/Ottoman expansion/Russian expansion/revolutionary wars) with factions such as Poland(PLC)/Sweden/Brandenburg(Prussia)/Austria/Hungary/Netherlands/France/GB/Russia/Ottoman/Spain. I would love such a game and could imagine expansions adding smaller/more distant/later countries such as Tuscany/Safawid Persia/Ming China/United States/Mughals/Manchu/Mamluks.

The problem that the setup of AoE games (start small, grow big) does not fit to an already heavily populated continent can be countered by imagining frontier areas such as the border between the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires. For centuries this border area was shifting back and forth and new cities/forts/castles were built from the scratch to hold newly acquired territory. Same could be said about Russian expansion. This could be an opportunity to justify the common AoE framework of "colony-style" progress.
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16 May 2019, 10:44

Poland means Warsaw, jewish, nazis, terror, ww2...
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16 May 2019, 10:50

t3rror1sta wrote:Poland means Warsaw, jewish, nazis, terror, ww2...

So... Brazil means favelas, jungles and plantations? :wood: :wood: :ship: :export:
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16 May 2019, 12:04

lol, the fact that the music composer is from Poland means nothing about the game era, you are trying to read to much into this. He could just as easilly write music for ancient ages or the ww2...
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16 May 2019, 12:27

Poland means pecelot, polandball, winged hussars
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mać!
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Imperial Noob wrote:
t3rror1sta wrote:Poland means Warsaw, jewish, nazis, terror, ww2...

So... Brazil means favelas, jungles and plantations? :wood: :wood: :ship: :export:

And Carnival...
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t3rror1sta wrote:
Imperial Noob wrote:
t3rror1sta wrote:Poland means Warsaw, jewish, nazis, terror, ww2...

So... Brazil means favelas, jungles and plantations? :wood: :wood: :ship: :export:

And Carnival...

that's when you put them on the fire pit
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Imperial Noob wrote:14) This forum is English only. To simplify moderation on the general forums, please only post in English.
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