Age of Empires 4 is the latest title in the series, and understandably, players are excited about it. The game has a good handful of new features for everyone to experience, including unique civilisations and a change in how to advance Ages. That being said, the maximum population limit does not actually differ wildly from previous games, and is limited.
In this guide, we've explained exactly what the maximum population capacity is in Age of Empires 4.
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Age of Empires 4 Maximum Population Limit
The maximum population capacity in a player's empire will be ultimately capped at 200 units. This includes both Villagers and any Infantry. This forces the player to find balances between the two, trying to get as many resources as possible while having enough soldiers for defending or attacking.
To increase the population limit, player's will need to order their Villagers to build Houses. Each House will increase the population capacity by 10, until the maximum limit has been reached. The only civilisation that this doesn't apply to is the Mongols, who already start with the maximum population capacity available without the need to build houses.
You can learn more about civilisations and their unique traits here.
Multiplayer Maximum Population Limit
In Multiplayer mode, the individual capacity for the maximum population remains the same, being capped at 200. The maximum capacity overall, if players are engaging in a 4v4 match, is 1600. Of course, for those exciting 4v4 matches between empires, here's a guide on how to play multiplayer.
That's all you need to know about the maximum population limit in Age of Empires 4. To learn how to make the most of your empire, and see how many Villagers versus Infantry you may need, we recommend our beginners guide or trying out different civilisations in Skirmish mode.