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Back to News Listing Empires Apart Devlog - New Look, Civilizations and Random Maps!

Posted: Monday, December 19, 2016 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

Developers of Empires Apart – a new upcoming challenging RTS in the footsteps of masterpieces like Age of Empires 2 – have published a brand-new development vlog!

Over the past two years, people at DESTINTYbit have worked hard on a game that's aiming to revitalize the classic RTS formula. We are now finally able to show some new pre-alpha footage featuring a close look to art style and a few core new mechanics!

We’re giving the community the game they want”, said Gian Paolo Vernocchi, DESTINYbit’s co-founder. “Our open approach to development assures us a constant stream of feedback from fans of the genre. We’re trying to solve the problems other titles are facing - like desyncs - and at the same time innovate where we can. This is the result of two years of our efforts and we hope that we will finally deliver the game that the community wants in 2017”.

This game is planned to release in the second half of 2017 and has already generated a vast amount of interest amongst fans and media. This is definitely aiming to be one of the most anticipated strategy titles of 2017!

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