Warsaw, Poland – After its already impressive support of the DRM-free classic games site GOG.com (an acronym for “Good Old Games”), video game publisher Ubisoft sets forth yet another massive flood of content onto the digital download service. Many titles in the famed Might and Magic series now make their way to the classic game hub, including Heroes of Might and Magic 2: Gold Edition, Heroes of Might and Magic 3: Complete Edition, and Might and Magic: Limited Edition the latter of which contains parts 1-6 in the storied RPG franchise for one bulk purchase. The Might and Magic series is one of most beloved turn-based strategy franchise of it’s time, and now it’s spoils are available for the modern consumer, compatible with every Windows OS up to Vista.
Also coming from the mega-publisher, from developer Blue Byte Studios, comes The Settlers 2: Gold Edition, another popular strategy PC title from the 90s market.
“This is something that we and our users have been eagerly anticipating. After announcing the arrival of Ubisoft games on GOG.com and after the warm welcome received by the first part of the Heroes of Might and Magic series, we were sure that we needed to get our hands on more classics from Ubisoft,” said Adam Oldakowski, Managing Director of GOG.com. “I know that our users will be overjoyed with the additions. This is another step in the direction of becoming the ultimate destination for fans of classic PC games.”