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Might & Magic Heroes VI Adventure Pack Next Month

Ubisoft announces the Pirate of the Savage Sea Adventure Pack for Might & Magic Heroes VI, which features the return of Crag Hack along with new artifacts and weapons for the turn-based strategy sequel. Here are some screenshots, and here's word:

Today, Ubisoft® announced that the first adventure pack for the universally acclaimed Might & Magic® Heroes® VI will be made available for Windows® PC on July 12th, 2012.

Developed by Limbic Entertainment GmbH in Germany, Might & Magic Heroes VI Pirate of the Savage Sea Adventure Pack offers over 10-hours of epic adventure. The legendary Might & Magic hero, Crag Hack, makes an epic comeback, appearing for the first time as a leading character in the world of Ashan. This Adventure Pack also features new artifacts, a powerful dynasty weapon and many new bonuses.

In addition to the release of new downloadable content, a major patch for Might & Magic® Heroes® VI, that includes new content and beautifully animated town screens tailored specifically to the expectations of Might & Magic® will also be available on July 12th, 2012.

Might & Magic Heroes VI Pirate of the Savage Sea Adventure Pack will be available to download for $9.99 on Ubishop, Steam and other digital retailers.

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6. Re: Might & Magic Heroes VI Adventure Pack Next Month Jun 14, 2012, 16:17 Axis
Alamar wrote on Jun 14, 2012, 15:37:
Not surprisingly, I would like to see a new M&M RPG... : )

Though honestly, I'm not sure what it would add more than Grimrock... Maybe just more content...


Been waiting to see a return to it's roots...

Might and Magic is and always will be Tera/Xeen to me. The major difference between it and Grimrock would be the character customizing and randomized loot. Truly, that was what made the series great -- especially at a time the idea of randomized loot was virtually unseen in computer gaming.

Spent many many long days and nights on my amiga playing those games...
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