<p>Ubisoft have announced that Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is releasing from soft launch onto iOS and Android devices on the 9th of July.</p><p>Mighty Quest for Epic Loot, a mobile adaptation of the 2013/5 PC title, has been in soft launch for a few years now. For those of you who haven't played the game, it's an aRPG dungeon crawler filled with a lot of bright colours and a lot of pithy puns.</p>Read our editor's thoughts about Mighty Quest's soft-launch version over on 148apps.<p>Bright colours and pithy puns might not stick out as two things normally paired to action RPGs. Yet Mighty Quest manages to deliver the same loop of big-sword-big-enemy-bigger-sword-bigger-enemy despite the massive change in setting. Everything is fast-paced, the skills are easily accessible thanks to great controls, and the dodges are unlimited. It can also all be controlled with a single thumb, dragging for movement, tapping for attacks and skills, and sliding for dodges.</p><p>In addition to the extensive, 100+ environment campaign, there'll also be events and challenges, as well as a real-time PVP arena mode.</p><p>Here's the key features list:</p><p>· Accessible fast-paced medieval mayhem, all controlled with a single thumb· A wonderful world to conquer with 100s of colourful environments· Build and customise your hero with over 1000 pieces of gear· Loot, upgrade and enhance your sword, armour and artefacts· Huge PVE campaign - learn the tricks and traps then crush the boss of each castle· Tackle thrilling PVP arenas, take on other players to climb the leaderboards· Never-ending-ever-changing events stuffed full of rewards and loot· Mmmmmmmmmm loads and loads of lovely LOOT!</p><p>Mighty Quest can be pre-registered for right now. Once they hit a million registrations all pre-registered users will start with a bonus pet: "Bradley, the Doomsday Messenger". You can sign up for it on the App Store, or on the Play Store.</p>Interested in finding out more about upcoming games? We've got a whole section for them.<p>Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has been out for a couple of days now and while people are loving it, there's also an underlying irritation - the server issues.</p><p>However, as announced today on Pocket Camp's notification board, Ninty are at least aware of it and are trying to make it right. In the meantime they're offering up some goodies to sweeten the deal.</p><p>"Due to high traffic, we began experiencing server connection issues at around 18:00 (JST) on 21/11/2017," they begin. Interestingly enough, Ninty's offering up an offering of 20 Leaf Tickets to appease disappointed users which is always nice. Though the notice states it's for "Affected players", it's likely a worldwide deal, or one that applies to countries of high demand.</p><p>If you've been experiencing server issues, don't forget to log in and grab yourself a little bonus. This gift will be available between now and December 23rd, so there's no rush.</p>
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3、<p>Season 7 of Call of Duty: Mobile has been delayed indefinitely as a direct result of the ongoing police brutality perpetrated against American citizens. The murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin has caused widespread protests across the US, with similar demonstrations having now taken place throughout the UK.</p><p>The decision was shared earlier today over on Call of Duty's official Twitter page. While there are many actively praising Activision's decision, I would suggest avoiding the comments below, unless you enjoy public displays of overwhelming petulance.<p>pic.twitter.com/8uNhuhDGAp— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) June 2, 2020Many companies, including some in the mobile games space, have slowly started to show their support of the protests and the Black Lives Matter movement at large. Most notably, Sony delayed its PS5 showcase from its originally intended date of June 4th.</p><p>Zynga was among the first mobile game studios to voice its support via social media, saying "we stand in solidarity with our Black colleagues, employees, players, developers, and the broader community of those affected by racism and senseless violence". I fully expect others to follow suit in the hours and days to come.</p><p>As pointed out by PocketGamer.biz, those looking to support the Black Lives Matter movement can donate to the cause right here.</p>