Exclusive Sneak Peek at Myth of Empires’ Persian DLC: Unveiling Armor Sets


Myth of Empires enthusiasts, get ready to dive into a whole new realm of adventure! Following our recent insights into the Greek Civilization DLC, we’re thrilled to bring you an exclusive look into the upcoming Persian Civilization DLC, developed in tandem with its Greek counterpart.

The Persian DLC promises a grand scale of expansion, introducing a comprehensive tech tree that delves beyond mere armor and architecture. From production tools to modes of transportation and formidable weapons of war, this DLC aims to enrich your gaming experience. One of the most exciting features is the introduction of the Western Regions map, a new terrain ripe for exploration, boasting unique landscapes, cultures, and challenges.

But let’s talk about what’s really caught our attention—the armor. The meticulous attention to historical detail is evident in every piece. Picture chain mail adorned with intricately designed breastplates and leggings, boasting a striking silver, blue, and white palette. The helmets and pauldrons add an aura of intimidation, making these sets a formidable sight on the battlefield.

persian armor

The Western Regions map isn’t just a backdrop; it’s a living, breathing world steeped in its own distinct cultures. Expect encounters with factions like the Xiongnu, each with its own visual identity, weaponry, and settlements. Take, for example, the vibrant mix of silk and cotton in the Western Regions militia set—a testament to the multicultural influences at play.
western regions armor

But diversity doesn’t end with aesthetics. Armor sets are tiered, reflecting the class disparities within factions. For instance, the Xiongnu bandit set prioritizes agility, blending leather and chain armor for maximum flexibility. As bandits rise in rank, so too does the intricacy of their gear, with ornate helmets and greaves signaling their elevated status.
xiongnu bandit armor

Excited yet? Hold onto your swords, because the Persian Civilization DLC, alongside the Western Regions map, is slated for release later this year. And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, the Greek Civilization DLC is on track for a July launch.

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