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Ubisoft Launches Strategic Auto-Battler ‘Might & Magic: Chess Royale’ on iOS and Android

Ubisoft has just launched its latest addition to the Might & Magic series: Might & Magic: Chess Royale, an auto-chess game that can support up to 100 players.

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The game is currently available on both Android and iOS platforms via Google Play and the App Store. Might & Magic: Chess Royale can also be played on PC. However, if you prefer the PC version, you will have to download it via Uplay, which is Ubisoft’s own games launcher.

While Might & Magic: Chess Royale will have to face tough competition of the likes of Valve’s Dota Underground or Riot Games’ Teamfight Tactics, Ubisoft brought in its own ideas into the genre: real-time fights against 99 players and 10-minute matches that make it perfect for on-the-go enjoyment.

If you want to find out more about the game, be sure to check out its official trailer below.

Similar to other auto chess games on mobile, Might & Magic: Chess Royale challenges players to strategically build an army and try to win all the fights. Units, heroes, and factions can be combined. However, you will have to use their synergies, unique abilities, and magic spells wisely if you want to succeed. All the heroes and units in the new title belong to the Might & Magic series. Of course, you will have to collect and upgrade all these classic Might & Magic heroes if you want to play competitively.

In order to keep players engaged, Ubisoft promises to deliver regular updates and many in-game events for Might & Magic: Chess Royale.

So, if you want to give Might & Magic: Chess Royale a try, head over to Google Play or the App Store and grab the game for free.