Might & Magic Heroes Online Creative Supervisor on Might & Magic Heroes Legacy & the Free-to-Play Space

The free-to-play market is often cited as being one that’s grown to a massive scale without anyone really noticing, and while that may appear to be the case from the outside there are a number of publishers already innovating in the space. Electronic Theatre has […]
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Electronic Theatre ImageThe free-to-play market is often cited as being one that’s grown to a massive scale without anyone really noticing, and while that may appear to be the case from the outside there are a number of publishers already innovating in the space. Electronic Theatre has long suggested that Ubisoft are the ‘ones to watch,’ with German studio Blue Byte now solely working on projects using the business model after the success of The Settlers Online. However, there’s much more to come in 2013, as Electronic Theatre recently discovered.

Sitting down with Doru Apreotesei, Creative Supervisor on Might & Magic Heroes Online, after getting hands-on with the latest build of the videogame, Electronic Theatre took the opportunity to ask the man at the heart of the free-to-play adaptation of the popular franchise just how easy the transition has been, and what else can be expected from the team at Blue Byte in the future. The full interview is available below and Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest details on Might & Magic Heroes Online.

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