We're giving away 60 booster packs for the new Might & Magic: Duel of Champions expansion | PCGamesN

We're giving away 60 booster packs for the new Might & Magic: Duel of Champions expansion

Duel of Champions: the CCG of cha- yeah, you know.

There’s more than one sort of Magic in the sphere of online card games, you know. Duel of Champions has enjoyed a strong first year since its showing at DreamHack Winter, thanks to some dedicated community service and a gentle approach to monetisation.

It’s with that spirit in mind that we usher in new expansion Sins of Betrayal - not with a whimper, but with a big ol’ giveaway. We've got 60 booster packs that fell off the back of a lorry joining the information superhighway. Would you like one?

The packs are worth about £10, and split across the game’s six factions - we’ve got 10 each for the Academy, Haven, Inferno, Necropolis, Sanctuary and Stronghold.

They each contain 59 cards, including one hero and a range of creatures, spells, buildings and fortunes. Ubisoft reckon premade decks like these are the best way to hop into the new expansion and start challenging opponents without building out your own collection first. 

We’ll be doling out the decks to readers good enough to type their details into the widget below. Make sure you’ve created and signed into a PCGamesN account, fire us an email address, and you’re in for a chance at a code.

Should you get one, you’ll want to head to the Duel of Champions site, sign in via Uplay, and click ‘Redeem code’ under the ‘Login’ menu. After that, your new deck will pop into in-game existence.

Hang about our Twitter and Facebook accounts for updates on this and future giveaways. Any of you lot played Duel of Champions before?

Sorry all keys are gone, we hope you enjoy!

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Htorne Avatar
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3 Years ago

Being an experienced Magic The Gathering Online as well as HeartStone - How does this game measure up? Does any have any experiences with it in the long run, think I'm gonna give it a try.

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Azazel Avatar
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3 Years ago

Good game really. You can give it a try. But if you have a code, give it to me :D

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Htorne Avatar
501
3 Years ago

Looks like I was too late for the codes :(

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Nekrodemon Avatar
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3 Years ago

I get 100 level today, in game for a year. It not as good as MTG (there is no card game that can be better than MTG, i guess), but much better than Hearthstone, imho - it has more tactics and mechanics, but poor in graphic (there is no voices of characters etc, but it isn't big lack for me). Anyway, better will be try it on your own experience.

Sorry for my English.

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Lazy Bear Avatar
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3 Years ago

Good game. A-ha-ha. But to play it is not necessary.

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planeswalker17 Avatar
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3 Years ago

Coming from an old MtG and Heroes II and III player, this game is great because it combines the card game mechanics of one and the strategic part of a combat between 2 "armies" with board placement rules.

Too bad they had so few codes, 60 is really not enough :\

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