Age of Empires: Mobile launches early access for Android in the Philippines ahead of its expected date

Age of Empires: Mobile has begun early access testing in the Philippines for Android devices. The beta is supposed to begin in April, according to the roadmap that the officials previously released, but it appears like the fans will be able to enjoy the game early.


If you're not aware, before the gameplay is formally unveiled in February, Age of Empires: Mobile underwent several testing cycles under various titles, including Dawn of Kingdoms and Kingdoms Arise. The wait is ended for fans of Age of Empires: Mobile who have been itching to try it out and relive their childhood game on a new platform and with a new aesthetic thanks to this early access testing. Although the actual course of the game is another matter, AOE Mobile's release has long been anticipated by all of the fans.

There may be a formal announcement regarding the beta in early April, since the prior official announcement stated that the first round of testing will begin in April. The formal announcement regarding early access or beta testing has not yet been made as of the time this article is written. However, it appears that the server's current capacity is somewhat constrained. Due to the large number of players who have already joined, you might not be able to test the game even if you reside in the Philippines.


It is anticipated that there would be an increase in server capacity. If not in this test, then in subsequent ones before to AOE Mobile's planned worldwide debut. However, you can still download the game from Google Play and give it a shot. If not, you can sign up in advance and wait for the Q4, 2024 worldwide release.

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