Xbox Game Studios announced that Dynasties of India, the third expansion to Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition will be released on April 28. The real-time strategy video game can be preordered on the official company website for Rs 265. Three new civilisations will be introduced to Dynasties India: Dravidians, Gurjaras and Bengalis.
Xbox says that the Indian civilizations offer a wide range of additional content including nine new units and 15 single-player missions. Players also will have to fight their way through three campaigns across India, uncovering treachery and reclaiming land, all while being immersed in historical stories. You can earn 23 achievements through your Xbox or Steam account.
Dynasties Of India: Information about the new Xbox game Age of Empires 2
The third expansion of Age of Empires II: Definitive edition: Dynasties of India will allow you to dive deep into India’s history and culture!
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This edition will feature three civilisations, as we mentioned previously. You will need to build an economy in Bengalis to support the elephant armies. The developers revealed that the Ratha is a unique Bengali unit. It’s a strong chariot which can switch between melee attack and ranged attacks modes.
Dravidians are the second civilisation. To seize control over Indian Ocean trade routes, they focus on naval and infantry units. They “use advanced metallurgy in order to create one of the most prosperous sea empires in medieval Asia.”
The Gurjaras are the third civilisation. According to the Gurjara developers, there are two types of Gurjara units: the Shrivamsha Rider (a fast cavalry unit capable of avoiding enemy attacks) and the Chakram Thrower (an infantry unit capable unleashing volleys full of deadly metal discs).
The upcoming game will include three fully voiced campaigns featuring Babur, Devapala and Rajendra.
Microsoft’s third expansion of Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition will introduce three new civilisations; the Dravidians, Gurjaras and Bengalis. The first two focus on naval warfare whereas the latter is focused on urban warfare and heavy infantry tactics. The expansion will also include 23 achievements available