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Might & Magic 10: Legacy is still broken, but it is still being sold.

Following Ubisoft server shutdown.

Might & Magic 10: Legacy, a 2014 role-playing game, was recently added to a list of older games for which Ubisoft has decided to discontinue online support. Ubisoft appears to have shut down DRM servers for Might & Magic 10: Legacy in the process, leaving some players unable to access significant portions of the game’s single-player content and DLC. Despite these issues, the game is still available for purchase.

Might & Magic 10: Legacy Trailer

After the server shutdown began on June 1st, players began to report issues accessing DLC areas from the game’s The Falcon & The Unicorn expansion. Players who purchased the DLC discovered that they couldn’t progress past Act 1 of the main game with the expansion installed. Some people who purchased the deluxe version reported that they could no longer access the special in-game items that came with it (via PC Gamer).

Players have devised their own workarounds for the issues, with some editing NPC dialogue to do so, but there has yet to be an official fix. Ubisoft told Eurogamer that it is “aware of the reported issues and is investigating them with our internal teams.”

Meanwhile, despite all of the game-breaking issues, Might & Magic 10: Legacy is still available for purchase (£20.99 for the standard edition, £25.99 for the deluxe edition, and £5.89 for the DLC). This, of course, has resulted in a significant amount of review-bombing on Steam. Only 23% of reviews left in the last 30 days were positive, with players warning others not to buy a game that is currently “impossible to finish.” No, not in a FromSoft kind of way.


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