With a title as boisterous as The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, it's surprising how quiet Ubisoft has been about their free-to-play dungeon-off. In fact, since announcing the game last year, the publisher has remained silent. Today, that changes, with a trailer that reveals what the game actually looks like.
The narrated trailer shows off the social aspects of Ubisoft's PC game. You can build your own dungeons, equipping them with assorted death traps. From the hub, you can see the players defeated by your creation, and watch replays of gamers that manage to steal your loot. You can then edit your dungeon and send additional challenges in an attempt to squash those pesky invaders once and for all.
Given it's a free-to-play title, we wouldn't be surprised if the game employed a virtual currency for all the various gizmos and enemies you can squeeze into the dungeon. A closed alpha is available on the game's official website, and requires a Uplay ID to register.
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A new trailer reveals the gameplay of Ubisoft's The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, a competitive dungeon-building game for PC.
I played this a while ago internally and its super fun. Hope you guys give it a try!