Might & Magic Heroes VII Collector’s Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition, and Closed Beta Announced

Might & Magic Heroes VII Collector's Edition

Might & Magic Heroes VII Collector’s Edition

Scheduled for an exclusive PC release this September, grand turn-based fantasy strategy game Might & Magic Heroes VII is now available to pre-order in three editions.

There’s the lowly $49.99 standard edition, of course. At the next tier up from that, at a price of $59.99, is the Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes:

* Digital soundtrack
* Might & Magic Heroes III HD Edition full game download
* Additional in-game content: 4 Portraits, 4 Artefacts, exclusive Solmyr Hero, and an extra Scenario map.

Might & Magic Heroes VII Digital Deluxe Edition

Might & Magic Heroes VII Digital Deluxe Edition

And then there is the $100 Uplay Shop exclusive Collector’s Edition, a retail box set featuring the Digital Deluxe content plus the following:

* Full game on DVD
* Collector’s box
* 26-cm Yvan figurine
* 96-page artbook
* Official soundtrack on disc
* Two lithographs
* Customized tarot card game

But that’s not all, folks. Regardless of which version you decide to go with, all pre-orders will grant guaranteed access to the upcoming Closed Beta test slated to begin May 25th, plus some exclusive in-game Artefacts and portraits. Content available during the Closed Beta will include two of the full game’s six playable factions–Haven and Academy–as well as two skirmish maps for solo play and multiplayer.

The trailer below recaps all of these announcements while also showing off some new gameplay footage.

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