Ubisoft announced that Might & Magic® X – Legacy DLC “The Falcon & The Unicorn” is available for £5.49. Owners of the Might & Magic® X – Legacy Deluxe Edition will get this DLC for free.

 

 

The DLC “The Falcon & The Unicorn” introduces a large content, an exclusive quest line, 2 new dungeons and an all-new array of enemies from the iconic Haven faction. All of this comes together to create 5 hours of brand new gameplay.

 

After the epic events of Might & Magic® X – Legacy, in which our favourite group of Raiders has been raised as the heroes of Ashan, in “The Falcon & The Unicorn” the situation has changed. The Holy Inquisition itself wants their heads, accusing them of crimes they didn’t commit. Sentenced to rot away until death on the prison island of Fort Laegaire, the Raiders must once again ally wits and skills to unravel a sinister plot targeting the heart of the imperial court.

 

Might & Magic® X – Legacy is an authentic solo experience in the classic first-person RPG genre, with a turn-based gameplay system. By creating and leading a group of adventurers in and around the exciting city of Karthal, by battling powerful mythical creatures while collecting ancient magical treasures, players will determine the fate of the Agyn Peninsula.

 

Might & Magic® X – Legacy is available on Windows PC. The Deluxe Edition is available for £24.99 on both digital and retail channels, the Standard Edition being available for £19.99 on digital channels only.

 

For more information on Might & Magic® X – Legacy please visit:

http://might-and-magic.ubi.com/mightandmagicx-legacy

 

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