The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot Articles
Ubisoft has announced that The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will be closing effective October 25th 2016. Developers who had been working on this project have been moved to other Ubisoft titles. As of now, current players will not be able to buy any more virtual currency for the game and will need to spend any they have right now prior to the closure.
Ubisoft has announced that the official launch day for The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot has finally arrived for PC. During a very successful beta run, the team took into account player concerns and feedback to bring several features into the game including crafting, open creation, barricades, new traps, rare creatures and clans.
Ubisoft has announced that interested fans can play every hero in The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot for free over a series of four weekends, starting today. Each weekend will see another character available to all for no cost and will feature a special event to unlock in-game rewards.
Ubisoft has announced that a cross promotional set of events have been launched into The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot. Players will be able to check out Watch Dogs themed equipment including branded weapons, clothing and bandanas.
Ubisoft has announced the first-ever Free Hero Weekend for The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot that commences today and runs through April 22nd. During the event, players can access three special heroes and will have access to several packs at 50% off the usual price.
MMORPG.com has been given 1000 gift keys for Mighty Quest for Epic Loot - the all new multiplayer action game where you build castles and ransack treasures of other players. These special gift keys will give you in game free items!
Ubisoft is attempting to bring some of the whole tabletop experience back into play with their new game “The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot”. It is a free-to-play dungeon crawler that lets you pick a class, choose your powers, kill some beasts then loot their treasure. The twist is you can then hop behind the dungeon master’s screen and design dungeons that other players can run. Does the game capture the old school fun from both sides of the table? Read on to find out.