Posted by Jessica Fisher on October 6th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Might & Magic: Duel of Champions will be getting a new update, titled Sins of Betrayal, on October 9. In this new update you will be able to play as one of the six heirs of Duke Slava Griffin after his murder. In addition, you’ll have new decks and up to 100 new cards as well.
Sins of Betrayal also introduces the new Replay manager, which allows you to watch your previous games. This a great new option for serious gamers who want to improve their strategies or players who just want to show their friends their awesome moves.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on July 9th, 2014 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Ubisoft is releasing the Griffin Bane Expansion for Might & Magic Duel of Champions. The expansion comes with 100 new cards, six new heroes, and updated gameplay mechanics. Griffin Bane is designed to allow players to acquire cards more quickly from the six different factions: players only have to win one game against a faction to earn an achievement and unlock the faction’s deck.
Griffin Bane is also removing the pre-made decks of each faction from the shop. Players will instead win decks from completing game achievements. Samuel Jobin, Producer of Might & Magic Duel of Champions, said “We are giving new players access to more decks earlier in the game so they can understand how to play the different factions the game offers. It definitely strengthens our game as one of the highest quality free-to-play online card games.”
You can pick up Might & Magic Duel of Champions for free on the App Store
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