What civilizations would you like to see in this game?

even the civil wars in Brazil could be worth some content in a perfect world. Tchê, the Revolução Farroupilha lasted 10 years, that’s almost Total War content right there lol
Maybe a bit more love to Bolívar too? poor Bolívar, his entire life is one scenario in AOE3 campaign.

after1830, wars are coming to the colonies and new states, wars of independence, and revolutions, "
there is a whole new world of stories about these wars",
the advantage that many were well documented strategy, maps, tatics … .

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INDIAN
I would like to see indian civilization in AOE4 with more upgradation,needs heroes like rani lakshmi bai,Tippu Sultan etc,with special black magical abilities

Rome and Greece, with unique units.

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  • English
  • Franks
  • Germans
  • Byzantines
  • Arabs
  • Persians
  • Mongols
  • Chinese
  • Aztecs

I’d probably go for something like that. Obviously we’re not going to be getting that many civs at launch, and the aim will be on variety and diversity.

It’ll be interesting to see whether every civ has its own visual/architectural style, and what kinds of units and techs we’ll see. I’m really excited to see which they reveal and what kind of designs/playstyles they have.

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Tongans, Maori, Iroquois, Kongolese, Zimbabweans, Mississippians, Hopi, Tibet, Araucans, Kanembu, Swahili, Chimu, Inca.

  • Spanish
  • Italians
  • French
  • Polish
  • Germans
  • Dutch
  • Arabs
  • Persians
  • Indians
  • Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Thai
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replace thai for byzantines.

  • Indians or Mughal
  • Burmese or Thailand
  • Khmer
  • Aztecs or Mayans
  • Inca
  • Byzantines
  • Vikings
  1. English
  2. Mongols
  3. Romans
  4. Turks
  5. Arabs
  6. Incas
  7. Danes
  8. Chinese
  9. Japanese
  10. Russians

Others added with DLC:

  1. Aztecs
  2. Mayans
  3. French
  4. Spanish
  5. Scots
  6. Indians

Give me Greece and I’ll be happy.

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As many civilizations mentioned above as possible. Also, I would like to see native caribeans and native brazilians (Tupi, Tupinambás, several others) even though they don’t have so much advanced technology as the europeans and asians.

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As many said, ignoring ages…

Greeks
Japanese
Aztecs
Egyptians
Scandinavians
Britons
French
Ottomans
Spanish
Byzantines

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Mongols
Norse
Danes
Byzantines
Kievan Rus
Gauls and several other Celts
Cumans

In late century IV AD?

Gauls’ timeline will be covered in AOE4, so I dont see why not. Celts in general will be in the timeline, considering AOE4 starts before dark age and goes after imperial age.

But this gaul timeline is before Roman Empire in the last days of Roman Republic.

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Berbers
Ethiopians
Mongols
Turks
Chinese
Indians
Iranians
Arabs
English
Franks
Romans
Vikings
Goths
Celts
Slavs

I would like to see the venetians, they were an indipendent state from the fall of the western roman empire since napoleon. It was the most powerful and long-lived of the maritime republics, they dominate the mediterranean through the middle ages, and at Lepanto more than half of the holy league fleet was made of venetians ships. They also were one of the most powerful land states in Italy.
I was disappointed that they didn’t implement them in aoe2, so I hope they consider them for AoE4, since it seems that is set in the middle ages.

Anything that needs a long explanation to describe won’t be included in AoE4 since it is being built by relic as all other modern RTS it will have very low number of civs and only expect to see the more well known civs.

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