Knighty knight: Mighty Quest for Epic Loot brags about its swag
Do you like gold? I’ve heard it’s good for hoarding and conning old people into bad investments. Ubisoft’s free-to-play dungeon crawler Mighty Quest for Epic Loot has plenty of gold, but you won’t get any of it unless you can battle through action-RPG style dungeons created by other players.
Likewise, you’ll need to set up your own dungeon/castle to protect your ill-gotten gains from the light-finger paws of would-be thieves. I said “paws” there, but they’re probably people rather than cats. Sorry for any confusion.
Anyway, the big question, as with all free-to-play games, is how obnoxious will the microtransactions be? The video (unsurprisingly) doesn’t answer that, but since the game is said to be in beta I guess it’s possible to sign up and find out.
Here’s a knight in his pants to tell you more.Related to this story