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    The Mexico civilization joins Age of Empires III: Definitive Version!


    Age of Empires III: Definitive Version launched in 2020 and has been innovating on the traditional RTS gameplay ever since. Now the Mexico civilization joins the sport as probably the most strategically various civilization but within the latest DLC for Age of Empires III: Definitive Version, releasing on December 1 and available for pre-order now!

    Not like another civilization in Age III: DE, the burgeoning Mexican States can select to Revolt as a substitute of advancing to the Fortress, Industrial, or Imperial Ages. Every Revolt presents you a complete new deck stuffed with alternatives. Moreover, Mexico has the distinctive alternative to reverse their revolts and return to Mexico, whereas nonetheless retaining entry the advantages of any playing cards despatched through the revolution.  Add in a brand-new set of Federal States to evolve your gameplay and the Mexico civilization can adapt to any strategic state of affairs like no different.

    New Historic Battles

    Followers of Age III DE’s Historic Battles will obtain a brand new situation distinctive to the Mexico civilization DLC:

    “Grito de Dolores” — Because the Bourbon Reforms granted the Spanish elite extra energy and diminished that of the church, resentment grew among the many rural Mexican inhabitants. When information of Napoleon Bonaparte’s conquest of Spain reached the Americas, the phrases of a Catholic priest ignited the sparks of revolution.

    However that’s not the one historic battle coming your manner. The histories of Mexico and the neighboring United States are deeply intertwined, marked by many pivotal battles. On December 1, all homeowners of the beforehand launched United States civilization DLC will obtain “The Burning of USS Philadelphia” historic battle at no cost (even when they don’t personal the Mexico DLC).

    Lastly, homeowners of each the USA and Mexico civilization DLCs will get entry to yet one more historic battle: “The Battle of Queenston Heights.” This situation can be out there to homeowners of each DLCs even when they buy every DLC individually.

    However for many who wish to get each civs…

    United States & Mexico Civ Bundle

    Two civs are higher than one! The US + Mexico Double Pack contains each DLCs at a decrease mixed value. Which means you’ll get:

    • The Mexico civ
    • The US civ
    • “Grito de Dolores” Historic Battle
    • “The Burning of USS Philadelphia” Historic Battle
    • “Battle of Queenston Heights” Historic Battle

    The double pack is on the market for pre-order here.

    Consumers will be capable to play the USA civilization instantly, and the Mexico Civilization and bonus historic battle content material will unlock on December 1.

    In-game occasion: Fiesta Mexicana!

    A brand new DLC requires a celebration, and one is on its manner with Fiesta Mexicana, an in-game occasion celebrating all 31 states of Mexico!

    Beginning on December 1, gamers can take part in 31 in-game challenges to earn distinctive profile icons. Gamers who full all 31 challenges will unlock distinctive skins for in-game explorers!

    The Mexico civilization DLC is available for pre-order now on Steam and Home windows Retailer, and releases on December 1, 2021.

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