For a brief moment, The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will be available to anyone and everyone, but only for a moment. Today Ubisoft announced they would be inviting everyone interested in trying their hand at creating impregnable castles, to the game’s first Open House. Mind you this is not to be confused with an open beta weekend. No, this event occurs during the week starting on July 2nd at 3:00pm and wrapping up on July 5th at 8:00pm.

Those that participate in the Open House will be entered into a drawing to win a Mighty Quest t-shirt or a permanent beta key. In all honesty, if you win a Mighty Quest t-shirt you should also get a beta key. Lets not be that stingy Ubisoft. Even if you don’t get a permanent beta key all your character progress will be saved until the next Open House. This probably means it will still be reset once the game heads into release or “open beta” as everyone is calling it these days.

If you don’t like your odds at winning a beta key, you can always buy your way in with the Double-O founder’s pack. The pack grants instant beta access, along with premium currency and some loot. Signups for the event will begin on June 28th at 8:00pm on the game’s official page here. More Open House events will be announced sometime in the future.

Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009. In addition to contributing First Look videos and news articles, Michael also serves as the Community Manager for the upcoming MMORPG, Skyforge.


  1. them saying this is a free to play game is absolutely absurd, the “pay for early access” is in actuality, hey pay for the game or basically your not getting in. so in fact its a pay to play game a one time payment but still.

    as soon as a company lies like this i loose all interest in them, same thing happened with Zelda twilight princess, largest Zelda ever my arse, not bigger in map size, or game-play time, only way it MIGHT have been bigger in is data consumption.

    either way the mighty quest for epic loot as a game by itself without the lies, is really not all that great, the dungeon building is extremely restrictive and so is the character creation, basically all you have control on with your character is equipment and what skills you use. if you want a game like this (its not an MMO but similar) get the original dungeon maker for PSP or the PSP vita, it is essentially the same game but far better in every way except graphics.

    • Diablo 3 is the worst. Diablo 2 is the best try it, Path of Exile is the best try it. Diablo 3 is the world P2W piece of shit game that has ever been released, repetitive game play, non-existent drops, non-stop farming on Hell mode, and a P2W auction house that requires you to spend $ just to attempt to use at first.

  2. I’ve been in the beta for a little bit, and unfortunately this game is virtually the bastard child of Farmville and Diablo 3, in a sense. paying players have an infinitely massive advantage over those who do not pay, and completely ruin the game.

    The gameplay itself is decent, and the art style is great. Unfortunately, the combat is very repetitive, and every dungeon (castle) looks identical in theme.

    If you aren’t a paying player, you generally have to stick to low levle dungeons to grind for gear and level up.


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