The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot


We have another game on Steam Early access (it’s available since 18.11.2013). This time the game is published and developed by Ubisoft, a very big company … so my question is now… why the hell do they charge money to play an incomplete game (closed beta) considering that the final product will be free to play. I get Early access when it comes to small independent developers, you give them money to finish the product basically but when it comes to big companies it just doesn’t make sense.

The game is interesting, it reminds me of Dungeon Keeper in a way, it is funny … like the world is called Opulencia :)) it is cartoony and it looks fun to play, this is why I entered the closed beta but the free signup ofc (and now I’m waiting for the key), I would never pay Ubisoft for a incomplete product.

You have to construct your keep with deadly traps to protect your epic loot, and to get more loot you have to invade other players castles and hack and slash your way through his traps and minions.

The open beta will begin at the end of February so a few more weeks of patience will save you a few bucks.

Bellow you can see the release date and system requirements:


Game Details

Platforms: PC

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot Release Date

PC Release Dates

  • 2014Out Now!
  • 2014Out Now!

The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot Minimum System Requirements

Processor3.00 Ghz Intel Pentium IV or equivalent processor
Video CardDirectX 9 compliant Video Card with at least 256 MB of memory
Memory2 GB RAM
OSWindows XP SP3
HDD Space600 MB available space
Additional InfoDirectX: Version 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection

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