Ubisoft announced today that season three of its web based free-to-play strategic MMO, Might and Magic Heroes Kingdoms, will be available from September 15, 2011. The season three expansion brings new player vs environment (PvE) and player vs player (PvP) challenges, enhanced customization of character avatars and more.
Might and Magic Heroes Kingdoms, takes place around six centuries after the Dark Messiah. Asha, the Primordial Dragon, has left these lands, and civilisation has finally died out, ravaged by numerous wars. In season three, Ylath, the Air Dragon, has awoken and the Runic Fortresses of the Dwarves have appeared. The alliances must conquer and protect them from the Dark Elves lurking in the shadows.
The free-to-play MMO will be expanding with new challenges for both PvP, where players will battle over control of new Runic Fortresses, and PvE, the first co-op experience coming to Might and Magic: Heroes Kingdoms. Along with the extended gameplay, Heroes Kingdom will also receive an avatar customization and an in-game store.
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