There's now an official Age of Empires Gear Shop where you can load up on branded merch

Age Of Empires Gear Shop
Age Of Empires Gear Shop (Image credit: Microsoft)

It's been a grand few years for the Age of Empires franchise, and it's now expanded further with the recent addition of an official Age of Empires Gear Shop over at the Xbox website (opens in new tab). Age of Empires has been revived thanks to the remastering of the original trilogy into Definitive Editions, and its communities — especially for Age of Empires 2 — are thriving. If you want to show that you're still in love with this legendary series, there are 16 different merch options available now (opens in new tab).

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Want to sip wine, coffee, beer, or tea and think back on that time you tower-rushed an enemy into submission? Grab a wine glass, tumbler, beer stein, or mug. There's even a mug with Wololo! printed on it. Bit chilly in your office when you're advancing to through the ages? An Age of Empires 2 and 3 Sherpa blanket is available, as well as a sweatshirt with a sheep on it with the words "King of Scouts" printed below. It's clear this merch was designed by fans of the series. T-shirts, phone covers, and tote bags round out the options.

Visit the official Age of Empires Gear Shop (opens in new tab)

If you're thinking about getting back into Age of Empires now that it has been remastered, our collection of reviews might help sway you. Check out our Age of Empires: Definitive Edition review, our Age of Empires 2: Definitive Edition review, and our Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition review for much more information. And those who are interested in fresh content can check out our Age of Empires 4: Everything you need to know guide.

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