According to a series of extracted code, it seems that the Xbox version of Microsoft’s Age of Empires 4 is being developed.
Recently, during the latest game news, one of Microsoft’s game data miners obtained information that apparently relates to the console version of Age of Empires 4. This person, who works on Twitter under the username Aggiornamenti Lumia, often examines the code available for Microsoft products in the Insider Hub. Now, with the code XIP_CAR_JANUARY_2022 observed by this person, the Xbox port of Age of Empires 4 may be under development.
The word CAR in this code name refers to the word CARDINAL, which is the code name of the game mentioned in Microsoft applications. Since such news has not been officially announced yet, we have to wait and see when Microsoft will launch the Age of Empires 4 console version. Age of Empires 4 is one of the most acclaimed works of Microsoft in recent years, and like Flight Simulator, which first became available on PC and later on Xbox consoles, the same thing could happen with Age of Empires 4.
It was reviewed by Relic Entertainment Studios and World’s Edge Studios in Zomji and received a score of 8.5. In the review summary of Age of Empires 4, we read:
“Age of Empires 4” as a new version of an old series, completely faithful to its usual principles, especially the popular second version. The core of the gameplay is very reminiscent of AOE 2, and this has made it possible for older players in particular to interact with the game very quickly and enjoy the experience, albeit with minor improvements. Of course, this has made it possible for us to feel a little more courage on the part of the creators for more fundamental changes, and not to see a completely modern work. Age of Empires 4 also has a really cool campaign section, which is especially exciting to watch a documentary like that, and other game modes in combination with the eight present civilizations that are significantly different from each other, make the game experience safe for fans. “The old collection and strategy enthusiasts in general suggested.”