Ubisoft’s dungeon-crawling hack ‘n’ slash game The Mighty Quest For Epic Loot has been on the market for so long now that I had automatically associated it with already being out of beta. But after entering closed beta in mid-2013, they have finally removed the “beta” tag from the game and officially launched it. Despite leaving beta, the game will still be completely free-to-play (Supported by a cash shop), and will continue to receive periodic updates with new features.
To mark the official launch of The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, Ubisoft are offering a new way for players to purchase an assortment of past and future content in one bundle. Dubbed the ‘Infinite Pack’, this pack gives players access to all four heroes, previously released rare creatures/traps, two Epic Rings, one Bling Mine, one Material Mine and all future rare creatures and traps as they are made available. This can be purchased through the web store or Steam for $24.99 (For a limited time).
Quentin Gallet | Executive Producer of The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot
For us the Beta phases of the game served as a way to continue iterating and forging the direction of the game. Now that the core gameplay and tone are locked in, we’re focused on continuing to collaborate with our community to build upon this direction and refine what we have created. The Mighty Quest will receive regular updates with new features and with our community’s help it will continue to grow and improve.