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Hell is freezing over: Ubisoft's Might & Magic X is actually a blobber

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Hell is freezing over: Ubisoft's Might & Magic X is actually a blobber

Game News - posted by Infinitron on Thu 21 March 2013, 18:44:25

Tags: Limbic Entertainment; Might & Magic X - Legacy; Ubisoft

Or at least that's how it looks like! From Polygon:

Ubisoft announced Might and Magic X Legacy today, the next installment in the Might and Magic first-person role-playing game series.​

Might and Magic X Legacy, in development with Limbic Entertainment, will be showcased at PAX East this weekend in Boston.​

The game picks up after the events of the previous title, 2011's Might and Magic Heroes 6. Players will send their character, one in a party of four heroes, into a world of political intrigue and warfare between competing factions. The paths players take and the actions they choose will define the fate of the in-game city of Karthal.​

Along the way players will battle fantasy creatures and enemies in a turn-based battle system, collect ancient treasures, complete quests and explore dungeons, labyrinths and towns as they unravel the story.​

Earlier this week Ubisoft teased the reveal with a website bearing the roman numeral X and numerous visual elements from the Might and Magic series.​

Check out the reveal trailer above for a first look at Might and Magic X Legacy.​

Wow. What further wonders will 2013 bring us? Ubisoft - I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship. (nah, not really)

Update: Limbic Entertainment's website has what appear to be two screenshots from the game.


Update 2: Ubisoft have set up a proper official site for the game, with lots of details and additional screenshots.

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