The mobile gaming scene is ripe with opportunity for developers to create new experiences or rebuild on classic gaming foundations. This story is an example of the latter, as Ubisoft is reigniting the fire of longrunning fantasy RPG series Might and Magic in the new mobile title strategy title known as Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians.
Players that aren't necessarily familiar with the Might and Magic series should have no problem coming to terms with Elemental Guardians, as the game plays out similarly to other strategy-based mobile games on the market. Players can collect and level up a variety of creatures, the likes of which are used across various 5v5 battles scenarios. Custom heroes can also be created, and daily quests will offer new items and special rewards.
Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians has been kicking around a soft launch phase for a while now, being available to Android players in one form or another for about a year. The game is also currently available on iOS in Canada, though many U.S. players still haven't had a way to officially play the game. Hopefully that will change soon, as Ubisoft is reportedly trying to get Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians to players across the globe on May 31.
Until then, Android players in the United States can head over to the game's Google Play Store page in order to sign up for pre-registration, which will basically send a push notifications to users once the game releases. iOS players can also pre-register for the game through the official Might and Magic: Elemental Guardians website.
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As somebody who has played Might and Magic games since the 80's.... this doesn't look like it has a whole hell of a lot to do with that series?