Age Of Empires II HD Edition Now Available On Steam
Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:46
The day is finally upon us. Age of Empires II HD is now available on Steam. Some gamers have already been enjoying it for four days as pre-ordering the game granted early access. The graphics look spectacular when compared to the original release and you can now have a population of up to five hundred units. It also features achievements, leaderboards, matchmaking, and cloud support. You will also be able to share created content with Steam’s Workshop support. It is now time for you to head on over to Steam and be lured into the greatness that is Age of Empires II HD, which is only $19.99.
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