About the game:
Title: Might & Magic: Duel of Champions
Status: Closed Graphics: 2D
Genre: TCG
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft

Explosive Features:

  • Seven different factions
  • Seven schools of magic
  • 672 unique cards

Might & Magic: Duel of Champions is a free-to-play TCG that takes place within the Might & Magic Universe. Players build armies of Creatures, Fortunes and Spells to control with their chosen hero, on a conquest to defeat the opponents army and hero.

Seven different factions offer a multitude of options for a balanced and versatile set of decks, smashing the worlds of Haven, Inferno, Necropolis, Stronghold, Sanctuary, Academy and even a Neutral faction into one epic battle of strategy.

Along side the factions are seven schools of magic, offering different elements, themes of sorcery and voodoo. With 672 unique cards, several game modes, and highly strategic gameplay, Duel of Champions is sure to woo any fan of Might & Magic.

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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. I cannot agree. From my point of view as an active player, this game is certainly not in death mode. You just have to look at the news section of the official website to see that Ubisoft is still actively engaged with this promising game.

    As for the general matter: This game is my absolute favorite. I’ve played several different trading card games in my life (e.g. Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic) and I must admit that I like this one so far the most. You can play tournaments, you can play with friends, you can ladder, and much more. And the best thing: you don’t need money. Sure, you can buy some extra boosters if you feel like investing some bucks, but you can be an equally good player without that. On top of that, you don’t have to fear that the game will vanish one day after you spent time to build your collection, which is one of the major fears of players everywhere (or at least for me). The community is vibrant and it’s backed by Ubisoft and I don’t see it dying in the future, as I was mentioning already. Here’s the first trailer. It’s a little old though. By now they have six factions in total (or seven, if you want to count “neutral” for itself).


    It is true that you cannot play it from your Browser only. But if you want to give it try, all you need to do is to download the launcher from their official website (https://www.duelofchampions.com/), have a look at the tutorial and create your account. If you use this referral code of mine during your account creation, you’ll even get six starter decks for free:


    Of course, I’ll also get something if you decide to use this referral code (some gold, maybe some seals). But it’s nothing compared to six starter decks. In fact, I wish I would have looked for someone’s referral code before signing up -_-

    Anyway, if you fell like, then give it a try. After all, if you don’t like it then all you would have to do is to uninstall the launcher since no money is required. Have fun 😉

  2. If you was troubled about this game this game needs to be downloaded. It isn’t a browser based game so understand please. I recommend you playing Urban Rivals and their new game, Fantasy Rivals.

  3. ti6onator is right. Plus, the launcher just stopped working for me, which piss’s me off, cuz the game itself I enjoy. It’s a nice game.


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