Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes coming to iOS on January 24

Puzzle role-playing adventure to make the jump to Apple’s mobile platform

Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes will be released on the Apple iTunes store on January 24.

The puzzle role-playing game, originally published by Ubisoft for the Nintendo DS in 2009, will now be playable on both iPhone and iPad compatible devices.

The iOS version comes roughly 18 months after Ubisoft released a downloadable high definition version of the game for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Steam on PC.

The story of Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes takes place 40 years before the Heroes V saga, with five heroes travelling across five different regions of Ashan to unravel a demonic plot and save the world from Chaos.

The game consists of 20 hours solo campaign, local and online asynchronous multiplayer, and touch controls from the Nintendo DS edition.

Launch trailer can be found below:

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