Have you been wanting to have a reason to get in on Might & Magic Heroes VII? If so, there is reason for those of you who like to pre-order. As of today, those who preorder Might & Magic Heroes VII will be granted access to the closed beta that starts this spring. Furthermore, the Closed Beta starts on May 25th, 2015, which will allow for players to obtain exclusive in-game portraits once the game releases this September.
Most importantly, Ubisoft has also announced several special editions of the game that will be available at lunch. First and foremost is the standard edition, which features the full game, and the pre-order bonus for those who pre-order. The Deluxe Edition will feature the full game, digital soundtrack, Might & Magic Heroes III HD Edition, as well as additional in-game content that will feature a new Hero and extra scenario-map. Additionally the Collector’s Edition will be featured as a uPlay Shop exclusive and contains the full game as well as the following:
* A Collector’s Edition box
* A 26-cm Yvan figurine displaying Yvan proudly posing after a brilliant victory on the battlefield
* An Artbook
* The official soundtrack in digital format
* Two lithographies
* A full-customized tarot game
* Additional in-game content including a new Hero and an extra scenario-map
Additionally, those who join the Shadow Council, which is available on the Might and Magic Heroes VII website, players will be able to share what knowledge and love they have for the game, but also a way to share their experiences with the game. In turn, players will also get to chat with developers, comment, share, and interact with the team in order to influence the content of the game, and even feel as if they have earned their own award. As part of this initiative, fans have also been able to vote for 2 of the 6 factions that will be available in the final product when it launches. The fans have also chosen what figurine would be enabled with the Collector’s Edition.
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