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Might & Magic: Duel of Champions for PC and iPad

Ubisoft is continuing to try to find ways to keep the Might & Magic license relevant, this time with a card game. Now, we all love our card games here at NHS and some of us still enjoy Might & Magic. (I still feel the series peaked with HoMM III but that’s a story for another time.)

Anyway, this card game will be “free to play” which sounds like a potential money sink if you want to get the good cards. PR ahead:

Today, Ubisoft announced the development of Might & Magic Duel of Champions, a new online free-to-play card game. A closed beta of the game is available now in France and other countries and regions will be added to the beta testing in the coming months.

Might & Magic Duel of Champions is being developed by Ubisoft Quebec, and will be available for both Windows® PC and Apple® iPad®. Players can compete against each other online across platforms, and post updates on their progress to Facebook and Twitter from within the game. The game also features an in-game messaging system and other social features.

Might & Magic Duel of Champions includes hundreds of new, detailed, collectible cards all set in the Might & Magic universe. As players develop their skills and strategies, they’ll be pitted against each other in epic battles, challenged to earn new cards and grow the strength and abilities of their chosen hero’s army. Players also can enhance their experience and replenish their card supply by visiting the game’s online store.*

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

2 thoughts to “Might & Magic: Duel of Champions for PC and iPad”

  1. Whenever I see FREE TO PLAY I always think: nickel and dime to death. Hope I’m wrong but I doubt I am. History says I’m right, sadly.

  2. Free to play=I won’t play. By 2015, I will no longer be playing video games.

    I’m not playing any game that is specifically designed to be free to play or to encourage IAPs. I won’t play anything that is built around an “online store” Too bad, because this looks neat. But I’m good, there’s plenty of non “freemium” games I can play and enjoy.

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