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MMORTS | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Cancelled  (est.rel 2010)  | Pub:UBISoft
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Might & Magic Heroes: Kingdoms

Might and Magic: Heroes Kingdoms is a browser-based, free-to-play MMORTS from Ubisoft based on the Heroes of Might and Magic franchise. Players can choose from one of five factions and participate in online battles while leveling their heroes, building structures, training troops, researching spells, and more.

  • Haven | A holy empire with knights, monks, and Angelic troops.
  • Academy | Seekers of knowledge with human wizards and their spirit servants and animated constructs.
  • Inferno | Demons with the power and armies of Chaos.
  • Necropolis | An offshoot of wizards that has become a powerful faction of necromancers.
  • Sylvan | Nature-based troops who act in harmony with the earth.

Skip this abomination, play this instead... Posted by Braindome on October 26, 2013 @ 12:53PM
It Bears the Name and Lacks the Game Posted by Breagha on December 8, 2011 @ 3:55AM

First In-Game Event Rewards New Units

First In-Game Event Rewards New Units - Might & Magic Heroes: Kingdoms News

Ubisoft has announced the first in game event for Might & Magic Heroes Online. Players are to collect Mercury for the Crimson Traders. Finding and exchanging enough will see players rewarded with new units.

Posted Oct 23, 2014 by Suzie Ford

First Impressions with Ripper X

First Impressions with Ripper X - Might & Magic Heroes: Kingdoms News's own movie star Ripper X checks out Might & Magic Heroes Kingdom's, a free to play browser-based MMORTS that from UBISoft. See how Ripper handles the change of pace in this latest online title in the Might & Magic series. Played MMHK? Let us know your impressions in the comments.

Posted Oct 12, 2011 by Suzie Ford