Concentrating on the late medieval period, Age of Chivalry: Hegemony replaces or significantly alters each of the civilizations in the original game, while adding a number of new ones, allowing the player to control Central and Western European states. Many new units and technologies have been added and gameplay dynamics have been changed considerably in this complete overhaul of Age of Empires II.

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OrangeNero
OrangeNero Mar 27 2013, 1:09pm says:

Looking forward to it! :)

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CaptainIstvan
CaptainIstvan Mar 27 2013, 1:29pm says:

awesome news i love political maps

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CaptainIstvan
CaptainIstvan Mar 27 2013, 1:31pm says:

will you add the teutonic order too too the new version

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Happertesch Author
Happertesch Mar 27 2013, 4:42pm replied:

As in the present version, you can unlock the Teutonic Order by playing as Saxony and then unlocking the Teutonic Order in the 14th century at the Town Hall. This will allow you to train Teutonic Knights on foot and mounted, will give you new militia infantry, light cavalry and archery units, new technologies, and a new castle. It's a completely different experience from the normal gameplay of Saxony.

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neosdark
neosdark Mar 27 2013, 6:41pm says:

Are there any plans for a Hungarian kingdom? And are you in anyway interested in doing one of the Spanish kingdoms?

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Happertesch Author
Happertesch Mar 28 2013, 11:59am replied:

Planning this already took a lot of time. I did consider adding Hungary, Naples and/or the Papal States/Rome for a while but decided against it in the end for various reasons (one of them being I want to complete this at some point).

Adding Spanish countries would definitely be too much work as this would require adding many to properly simulate Iberian history in this period.

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InsurgentCeLL
InsurgentCeLL Mar 31 2013, 11:13am says:

Are you planning to add the Holy Roman Empire?

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Happertesch Author
Happertesch Mar 31 2013, 11:36am replied:

Hi, the Holy Roman Empire was not a single political entity. A lot of states in Age of Chivalry already represent it: Austria, Bavaria, Bohemia, Genoa, Guelders, Friesland, Saxony, Savoy, and the Swiss Confederation were all imperial states, and so were (of the new states) Florence, Milan and Liège. Burgundy and Flanders were also partly located in the Empire.

With three of these states (Austria, Bavaria, Bohemia) you can opt to become emperor through policy decisions in the 14th century, which will unlock the imperial knight, the Reichsritter.

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Lotharii
Lotharii May 14 2013, 4:46pm says:

are you planning to add Lorraine ?
is a most important duchy in the 14-15th..

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Guest
Guest May 15 2013, 5:49am says:

@Happertesch
flanders was tied to the french kingdom, brabant(ruled by duke jan) was a vasal of the holy roman empire.

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Happertesch Author
Happertesch May 15 2013, 6:57am replied:

That is correct. But in the 1430s Brabant was inherited by the Burgundians (or even in 1406 if you count Anthony of Burgundy, the brother of the duke of Burgundy). In the same period the Burgundians conquered Holland which is why Brabant, Holland, Hainaut and parts of northern France are all marked as Burgundian. Flanders was also owned by the Burgundians - since the 1380s - but I added this in as a separate country because it remained less pliant, often rebelling against Burgundian power.

Also Brabant was ruled by many more dukes than just Jan. ;)

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Sebestyen
Sebestyen Jul 31 2013, 6:59am says:

Hungary!?You forgotted a major power in Europe just because you hate Hungarians that is no reason to forgot them!

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Happertesch Author
Happertesch Jul 31 2013, 8:43am replied:

There were around 1000 states in Europe around 1300. 22 are in Age of Chivalry. That doesn't mean I hate the remaining 978.

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-SRB-Knez
-SRB-Knez Aug 1 2013, 5:10am says:

Are you planing to add Sebia and other East Europe nations

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nems.
nems. Sep 20 2013, 9:30pm says:

im hoping you will add Serbian empire (tzardom) it existed around 1300's
but great work nonetheless !

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A new patch is coming later this year that will introduce five new playable countries to Age of Chivalry: Brandenburg, Florence, Liège, Milan, and Venice! Their territories are marked on this updated map.

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