King's Return is a free fan-based mod for the game Age of Empires 3 and its two official expansions. The mod will stick with AOE III timeline but will focus on early timeline of the original game i.e 16th 17th and 18th centuries. The main emphasis is introduce new civilizations approximately existed in the same era. The mod will feature 4 totally new civilizations: Mongols (Timurids), Persians (Safavids), Oyo Kingdom (African), Kongo Kingdom (African).
While this mod is in its beta stage and has much, much room for improvement, it has enormous potential to become among the top Age of Empires mods.
Many of the minor and major civilization units speak their native languages; Oyo speak Yoruba, Hussites speak Czech and Dahomey Amazons speak Fon! This one its own is extremelly impressive, despite some of the sounds having either high pitch or low quality.
Also, each faction has quite much depth, and the mod does not shy away from some of humanity's darkest actions, namely slavery.
I wish good luck and patience to the creator, I believe he has the potential to create a masterpiece.
A mod well done , just the way a mod that adds new nations should be done
All other mods should take note
I only cannot give it maximum vote because some features are not finished and is still a beta , but for a beta it sure is playable
I fully recommend it even in place of other mods i don't have to mention
It adds totally new possibilities and really varied civilizations that represent a part of the world little mentioned in the original game, but essential to understand the economic dynamics and the conflicts between the states of the time. It will probably be the next best MOD if the Wars of Liberty run too far from the original game timeline instead of adding modern units and mechanics to the game.
Incredible and historically perfect!
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