Ubisoft’s new Might and Magic game is a 100-player autobattler royale

No Comments

Might & Magic: Chess Royale


Ubisoft’s Might & Magic: Chess Royale would be the weirdest style mashup to return out in 2020, and we’re solely 13 days into January. If the Chess Royale title isn’t self-explanatory allow us to be extra clear: it’s an auto chess game the place you play towards 99 different folks, like a battle royale. And it’s in your cellphone.

Chess Royale pulls heroes from the favored Might & Magic universe, and gamers can mix models or use heroes to win every match. Like most autobattlers, all heroes have their very own distinctive skills, in addition to factions. It appears gamers will draft heroes, arrange a chess board, and play one-on-one battles with totally different gamers within the 100 participant pool till one participant is the final standing.

If you’re conversant in both autobattlers or battle royale games, you could be questioning concerning the time dedication for Chess Royale. According to Ubisoft, the game will solely take 10 minutes to play — primarily based on its guidelines of “lose quick, win quick.”

The new trailer for Chess Royale (seen above), exhibits off the game’s look, heroes, and chess board. Chess Royale involves Android and Apple gadgets on Jan. 30, and is offered for pre-order on each the Android and iOS app shops.