The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is out now; check out our Mighty Quest for Epic Loot review.
Steve’s already done a stellar job of telegraphing Mighty Quest’s appeal: essentially, Diablo meets Dungeon Keeper, with players filling the boots of both bothersome hero and beastmaster. But I reckon it took me about 15 minutes to assimilate his Mighty Quest for Epic Loot preview, and this trailer is designed to do the same job in three minutes. Wait for the second hand to reach the top, click to play, and we’ll find out whether it can.
Oof – seven seconds out. I did learn something new, though – that Mighty Quest’s player castles are literally connected islands suspended in the cloud, just as they are technologically-speaking. That’s indicative of the breezy, overt half-fiction Ubisoft have crafted for Opulencia. I feel like I could slip into it right now like a pair of unpretentious slippers, emblazoned with the word ‘slippers’.
Mighty Quest is what it appears to be – a delicious, yoghurty antidote to the bloating sensation left in the wake of Diablo 3’s dreary lore. Does that sound like what you need?