According to a slew of scathing Steam user reviews that followed, many players didn’t think Ubisoft would actually follow through. However, the problem has been resolved, and Might and Magic 10 – Legacy is now available on Steam.
Ubisoft turned off servers for Might and Magic 10: Legacy on June 1, which had the unintended consequence of rendering the game unplayable. This appeared to catch Ubisoft off guard: after “investigating the reported faults” when they first surfaced, the company decided to pull the game off the market entirely while it worked on a remedy.
Our teams have spent the last few months investigating and testing the different solutions to make sure players’ experience lives up to our standards in terms of quality of service,” the Ubisoft Support account tweeted. “Today, we’re happy to announce that all conditions are met to bring the game back to the Ubisoft Store and Steam, and that new and returning players can now venture into the wide and mysterious world of Ashan again.”
As an apology for the hassle, Ubisoft is also making The Falcon and the Unicorn DLC free for all owners of the base game.
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- Ubisoft has fixed the DRM issues in Might and Magic 10, and the game is now on sale with bonus DLC.
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