Age of Empires is getting plenty of love these days, as we stand on the precipice of the Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition and look forward to the eventual Age of Empires 4 release date. But there’s still the matter of the series’ god-focused spin-off: what does this all mean for Age of Mythology? We’ll probably be waiting a good, long time to find out, but Microsoft hasn’t given up on the AOM.

“After we get through the Definitive Editions for the three here, and 4 is kind of rolling,” AOE creative director Adam Isgreen tells Eurogamer, “then we’re going to look back and see what we can do with Myth. Because I love Myth, we’re not going to leave it behind, we’ll figure out what to do with it then.”

Isgreen was responding to a question about a Definitive Edition for AOM, so don’t necessarily take that as an indication that proper Age of Mythology 2 is coming. Nonetheless, Microsoft quietly announced the launch of a new Age of Empires studio back at E3, so the publisher is clearly committed to a big future for the series.

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