Coming of the Huns, Allied victory = no victory

Game Version:

  • Build: 38862
  • Platform: Microsoft Store
  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • Gamertag: AceCard32543944

Issue:

Scenario “Coming of the Huns” of “Imperium Romanum” campaign, according to instructions, is won when Huns are defeated; but, when the following conditions are met at once, scenario is not declared won:

  • Allied victory activated in Diplomacy
  • Hun Wonder destroyed
  • Every Hun key unit and building destroyed

I tried defeating also the other enemy (Ostrogoths) but victory is not met yet.

Reproduction Steps:

Here’s how to reproduce the problem:

  1. Start scenario
  2. Train as many military units as possible
  3. Wait until Huns start building their wonder
  4. Destroy the wonder
  5. Defeat Huns, destroying every unit and building
  6. Defeat Ostrogoths

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Here’s the savegame related to this issue, renamed as TXT because .aoegame extension was not allowed:
prova2.aoegame.txt (1,1 MB)

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I think there is a general scneario bug. That is in the past if all other players are defeated then the remaining one used to be declared winner. Now scenarios just keep running even with just one player remaining until a trigger actively declares victory (or wonder/relic victory is archived).

Same problem in aoe 2.

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There is something jicky with victory conditions on nearly all of the campaigns. We are not sure what the deal is, but there is a bug in the editor that defaults victory conditions to standard instead of individualized for the campaign… Same campaign my brother took down one Hun tower and he won. Some of us are in the process of trying to fix the bugs.

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Yes, I know which frustration is bugfixing in software (and game) development. Some bugs are shapeshifters: you fix it, it looks fixed for months, and reappear under another form, again and again…

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