London, UK – November 18, 2013 – Today, Ubisoft® announced that The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, the humorous hack-n’-slash-meets-tower-defence PC title from Ubisoft Montreal, is now available on Steam through the Early Access program.
“After keeping it under wraps for some time now, we’re very excited to finally announce that The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will be a part of Steam’s Early Access program,”
said Quentin Gallet*, Executive Producer at Ubisoft Montreal. “We are really looking forward to getting feedback from Steam’s community of highly active and engaged gamers.”
Players can enter the closed beta of the game with a bang, thanks to the Double O (Original Opulencian) program. This Founder program gives players access to, among many other things, exclusive gear and special items, early access to new heroes and bosses, and the status of a true pioneer that will forever allow them to shamelessly show off.
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*(Should players find themselves looting a castle belonging to “Quentin,” make sure to show no mercy.)
About The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot
Developed by Ubisoft Montréal, The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is a free-to-play multiplayer action game where players attempt to create impregnable castles to protect their treasure hoard while simultaneously attempting to ransack other players’ castles.
Gamers can play as three characters, the boastful Knight, Sir Painhammer, the enigmatic Archer, Blackeye Bogart, or the Mage, a.k.a The Earl of Evilosity. In the near future players will also have access to The Runaway, the latest character to join the quest. Wielding a rocking axe and lightning speed, she’ll be a formidable foe for castle defenses.
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