Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes Definitive Edition Announced

DotEmu and Ubisoft have announced Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes Definitive Edition. The remaster of Capybara Games’s puzzle RPG is planned to release on PC (via Steam and the Ubisoft Store), PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch in summer 2023.

Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes was originally released for Nintendo DS in 2009, with a HD remake released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011. The game was also later released for PC on Steam, though this version is no longer available, as well as iOS and Android. The game is a spin-off to the Might & Magic strategy series, acting as a prequel taking place 40 years before Heroes of Might & Magic V. Its story campaign follows five heroes scattered across Ashen as they unravel a demonic plot, while multiplayer lets players battle others or computer-controlled opponents in 1v1 and 2v2 fights. Its turn-based battles sees player forces attempting to defeat enemies by lining up to attack or forming a defensive wall.

The new Definitive Edition will feature refreshed graphics and quality-of-life improvements including a full rebalance of its multiplayer. It will come with the contents of the I Am the Boss DLC that lets players play as four bosses — Azexez, Count Carlyle, Ludmilla, and Azh-Rafir — and battle new boss Euny the Archdruid in Quick Battle and multiplayer modes.




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