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Web-based 'Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms' Announced

by Rainier on Dec. 13, 2007 @ 9:24 a.m. PST

Ubisoft announced Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms, a new Web-based game in the Heroes of Might and Magic strategy game series, in which thousands of players will be able to rule their virtual kingdoms, lead gigantic armies against each other, master the trades or create legendary heroes.

Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms is a strategy game set in a persistent version of the heroic-fantasy world of Heroes of Might and Magic. Thousands of players will be able to rule their virtual kingdoms, lead gigantic armies against each other, master the trades or create legendary heroes. The game requires no download or installation, only an Internet connection. In addition, players can play at their own pace; from 10 minutes to multiple-hour sessions.

“This is a new type of game for Ubisoft, one that allows you to jump into a rich and complex universe just with your Web browser,” said Serge Hasco√ęt, Chief Creative Officer. “Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms will open a wide door to the Might and Magic universe, allowing players to immerse themselves within it unlike ever before.”

An exclusive key for the beta test is hidden in the Heroes of Might and Magic Complete Edition that releases today, or you can also register on the official website.

Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms is being developed for a Spring 2008 worldwide launch.

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