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Sign Up And Be One of 100,000 To Play The Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Closed Multiplayer Beta

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It’s time to replenish your childhood memories with Age of Empires: Definitive Edition. The evergreen RTS game that originally released 20 years ago has taken the required meds and is returning to life. The game now has an official release date and a great news for die-hard fans. Yup. It’s about the beta.

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition will hit the shelves… and digital stores on February 20. Although the game is ready, developers want the players to experience what the game actually feels like before releasing it. Developer Forgotten Empires recently announced a BIG push in their existing beta program, letting in 100,000 players to finish testing the multiplayer modes.

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To sign up for the Insider Program, click here. Let me advise you something. The Insider Program needs an Xbox live account. So, if you don’t have that already, just click here to make a new Outlook account and once you’ve done that, head over to Xbox Live’s page to link your Outlook account.

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Also, make sure to give this Reddit thread a look as you’re sure to face this problem once or even many a times. Speaking from my own experience guys, trust me. So that’s all for this news piece. Let’s purchase this beautiful piece and play together? Aye?

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