The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot to Add Fourth Class in February’s Open Beta
Free-to-play game The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is closing off its last Closed Beta event, which means that publisher Ubisoft has to move on to the latest step.
Lo and behold; the company announced that this massively multiplayer online (MMO) game is transitioning to Open Beta on February 25, 2014.
Moreover, a small contest between characters has revealed that the Knight class is the most popular, at the expense of Archer and Mage personas. Originally, the Knight was the first class available and it makes sense that this simple hit and run build stands out.
For the Open Beta, a fourth class will be added to the lineup. The Runaway will use an axe to bridge a gap between standoffish characters and brawlers with mid-range attacks.
With the end of the Closed Beta, the Double O packs that offer some exclusive content to Beta participants will go away. You still have time to get these monetized packs before the game is open to all audiences.
In The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, gameplay splits itself into two simple yet engaging portions. On one hand, it’s a straightforward roleplaying experience, where players loot castles with certain classes, each with their own skills and equipment.
On the other hand, this PC title allows you to build your own little castle that other players online can attack and loot. It can be filled with monsters, traps and other neat stuff in a tiled drag and drop mechanism.