ANNO HISTORY COLLECTION Launch Trailer Will Take You on a Trip Down Memory Lane


Category: Real-Time Strategy Games

ANNO HISTORY COLLECTION Launch Trailer Will Take You on a Trip Down Memory Lane

Following the surprising sales success of Anno 1800, Ubisoft has released yet another Anno game, this time allowing you to re-experience the old-school magic of the first four entries in the real-time strategy series.

Fans of the nearly forgotten genre should definitely keep an eye on Anno History Collection, as it contains Anno 1602 History Edition, Anno 1503 History Edition, Anno 1701 History Edition, and Anno 1404 History Edition — four critically acclaimed titles that originally debuted in 1998, 2003, 2006, and 2009, respectively.

According to Ubisoft, the titles included in Anno History Collection benefit from "new graphics features (with resolutions up to 4K), as well as updated and expanded multiplayer options and matchmaking; multi-screen support; and save compatibility that lets players start from their original game saves."

What's even better, the package gives fans the long-awaited chance to play Anno 1503's official multiplayer mode. Additionally, Anno History Collection also includes some brand-new Anno 1800–themed content.

Be sure to take a look at the launch trailer for Anno History Collection — priced at $39.99 — down below:

Receive four beloved city-building classics and their expansions, fully updated for modern operating systems with resolutions all the way up to 4K. Enjoy a variety of improvements in each game while continuing your existing games, thanks to full save compatibility.

Anno History Collection is currently available on PC (via Steam, Uplay, and the EGS).

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