Set in the universe of the famous medieval fantasy franchise, Might & Magic: Showdown offers a new tactical PvP combat experience and allows you to creat your own figurines. The title is now available on Steam Early Access.
MIGHT & MAGIC® SHOWDOWN EARLY ACCESS AVAILABLE NOW
Build the Ultimate Team of Digital Figurines and Challenge Opponents in an Intense New Tactical PvP Experience
SAN FRANCISCO — January 19, 2017 — Today, Ubisoft® announced that Might & Magic SHOWDOWN is now available exclusively on Steam Early Access for $19.99. Through Early Access, Might & Magic SHOWDOWN is available before its official launch, giving players the opportunity to get involved in the development process by providing feedback and suggestions.
With Might & Magic SHOWDOWN, Ubisoft Montreal introduces a new tactical PvP combat experience, set in the rich medieval fantasy universe of Might & Magic. Players will test their tactical battle skills while combining a mix of pre-planning and real-time execution.
“Might & Magic SHOWDOWN is inspired by our childhood memories of playing with figurines,” said Philippe Ducharme, producer. “The rich lore of Might & Magic was the perfect starting point to bring our innovative gameplay to life.”
Players will discover a set of innovative features, including the ability to pre-program character actions before the battle, as well as being able to create detailed, personalized figurines with the in-game Paint Workshop tool. Might & Magic SHOWDOWN also offers tons of content to support those innovative features: 60 solo battles to sharpen your tactics, a cast of 20 unique figurines to paint and personalize and a full-blown PvP mode.
In addition to the release of Might & Magic SHOWDOWN, players have a chance to try the Might & Magic SHOWDOWN Paint Workshop for free on Steam right now. Available separately, it includes five unique figurines from the full game for you to paint the way you want to.
For a detailed look at gameplay directly from the developers, please join us for a Might & Magic SHOWDOWN Early Access Livestream today at 1pm Eastern at twitch.tv/Ubisoft.
Players can be the first to check out Might & Magic SHOWDOWN on Steam Early Access by visiting <5940>http://store.steampowered.com/app/517070.5940>
Players can also access the Might & Magic SHOWDOWN standalone Paint Workshop for free here: <5940>http://store.steampowered.com/app/571460.5940>
To get the latest news and content about Might & Magic SHOWDOWN please visit: <5940>http://steamcommunity.com/app/517070.5940>
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