The Mighty Quest for Loot gets a free hero weekend!

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Originally published on Blast Away the Game Review

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot Gets a Free Hero Weekend!

Try out a new looter with open access to the Knight, Archer and Mage

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA – April 17, 2013 – Today, Ubisoft® announced a Free Hero Weekend for The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot. The game is accessible in open beta on Steam and PC for gamers looking to stockpile gold, loot their neighbor’s homes and brag about maniacal castle defences in their quest to become the undisputed master of Opulencia.

The first Free Hero Weekend for The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot starts today and runs until April 22 at 10am Pacific Time. Throughout the weekend, players will be able to play as the boisterous Knight a.k.a Sir Painhammer, the surly Archer a.k.a Blackeye Bowgart and the aspiring world dominator, the Mage a.k.a The Earl of Evilosity.

During this special occasion, several limited time, half off packs have been unlocked that offer permanent access to the Heroes. Additionally, Heroes and Pets have been bundled to ensure that looters never get lonely and more importantly, never forget to pick up any of their precious looted Gold and Life Force.

More information on the free weekend is available here:


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Our Take by Dustin Murphy:

As a fan of beat-em-up looter titles, I’m actually a huge fan of these kind of games. From titles such as Sacred, Dark Avenger, and many others, this game surely will join the chain of those that have fully grabbed my interest. However, with games like this, players should always note that instead of just buying characters, there’s always a chance to play them, and see if they are up to their play style. With the game being in open beta, we can only hope at some point to see it on consoles.

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