Presumably, Microsoft is planning to take care of their Age of Mythology games series in the future . AOE creative director Adam Isgreen tells Eurogamer post E3 that, “then we’re going to look back and see what we can do with myth. Because I love Myth, we’re not going to leave it behind, we’ll figure out what to do with it then.” Earlier Microsoft softly announced that With the addition of Double Fine, there will be a total of 15 unique, standalone studios that comprise Xbox Game Studios, including our newly-created Age of Empires studio headed by Shannon Loftis and their publishing group headed by Peter Wyse. They are committing more resources and dedicated leadership to the Age of Empires franchise to ensure that its legacy on PC continues in service of the passionate community of faithful fans. Post that Isgreen expressed during E3 “After we get through the definitive editions for the three here, and [Age of Empires 4] is kind of rolling, then we’re going to look back and see what we can do with Myth. Because I love Myth, we’re not going to leave it behind, we’ll figure out what to do with it then.” Isgreen said his team is planning a new patch for Age of Mythology: Extended Edition soon which will fix some exploits and address various player.