Might & Magic® Heroes® VII makes a triumphant return bringing you the essence of turn based strategy gaming. Set in a fantasy universe with RPG progression with a strong story narrative, you will embark on a journey that you will never forget!
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Mixed (103 reviews) - 53% of the 103 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Release Date: Sep 29, 2015

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Might & Magic® Heroes® VII has made a triumphant return bringing you the essence of turn based strategy gaming.
This Complete Edition includes:
- the main game,
- exclusive hero,
- a scenario map,
- the full digital soundtrack and Heroes® III - HD Edition
- The Lost Tales of Axeoth extensions
- the new Trial By Fire add-on !


This Complete Edition will allow you to master the whole Heroes VII universe, with dozens of gameplay hours and maps, hundreds of heroes, all of this set in a high fantasy universe with RPG progression and strong story narrative, you will embark in a journey you will never forget!

The story of Heroes VII depicts the civil war that changed the ruling dynasty of the Holy Empire.
The Empress’ murder has left an empty throne, a realm in flames and too many hungry rivals intend on claiming it. The Duke Ivan calls together a prestigious council of six trusted advisors in search of a viable path for putting an end to this war of succession. Discover a new fantasy story :

• Experience the “Best-Of” Heroes
Enjoy one of the most acclaimed turn based strategy franchises

• Explore a spellbinding world
Powered by the Unreal 3.0 engine, the world of Heroes VII has never been so detailed and immersive

• It ain’t over ‘til you say it’s over!
Over 60 hours of game content in the massive solo campaign with virtually unlimited replayability in the Skirmish and Duel modes

• A unique mix of Turn-Based Strategy and RPG
Explore and conquer an enchanted world, develop and manage your economy, lead armies of legendary creatures to battle ...

In Trial By Fire, five years after the epic events of Might & Magic Heroes VII, you will lead the new Fortress faction to define the destiny of the Dwarves and shed light on some of the darkest chapters of their history. Set in a fantasy universe with RPG progression and a strong story narrative, Trial by Fire is an ideal way for newcomers and existing fans to enjoy the authentic Might & Magic Heroes experience and many new features :

• Master the Rune Magic :
Lead the new Fortress faction on a path to define the destiny of the Dwarves

• New characters :
Take control of a full new lineup of charismatic heroes and iconic creatures such as Fire Giants, Valkyrie and Red Dragons

The following extensions bring the players in new worlds with new factions, powers and stories. In The Lost Tales of Axeoth you can discover Iranese, one of the continents of Axeoth, where the campaigns of Heroes IV took place.

Digital Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition contains:

  • an exclusive hero,
  • a scenario map,
  • the full digital soundtrack
  • and Heroes® III - HD Edition. The Heroes® III HD Edition copy will be sent as soon as Might & Magic® Heroes® VII is released.

About This Game

Our story takes place during a war of succession. The Empress’ murder has left a realm in flames with many hungry rivals ready to seize the throne by force. The Duke Ivan then calls together a prestigious council of six trusted advisors to restore order and end the conflict that set ablaze Ashan’s lands.

Might & Magic® Heroes® VII makes a triumphant return bringing you the essence of turn based strategy gaming. Set in a fantasy universe with RPG progression with a strong story narrative, you will embark on a journey that you will never forget!

  • Explore and conquer the enchanted world of Ashan
  • Develop and manage your economy
  • Lead armies of legendary creatures to battle
  • Build up Heroes of Might & Magic with hundreds of abilities and powerful artifacts

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8/8.1 (64bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 660 3.3 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.2 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX460 or AMD Radeon HD5850 (1024 MB VRAM)
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8/8.1 (64bit only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 2400 @ 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-6100 @ 3.3 GHz
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX670 or AMD Radeon HD7870 (2048 MB VRAM)
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BKatt
13.2 hrs
Posted: August 25
Ubi bugs... Yet another terribad take on the lovely HOMAM series from years past.
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SoilBurn
52.6 hrs
Posted: August 24
I waited long until I decided to buy H7 and the add-on, both due to the amount of bugs reported and due to my negative experience with H6 (which was boring and repetitive, despite the nice graphics).

Well, all I have to say is, H7 after patch 2.0 is definitely worth playing and has the potential to become one of the highlights in the series. The gameplay is diverse, it keeps me coming back for more, the hotseat mode fast and entertaining, and I love the campaign so far. It is also positive that the devs added several single-player scenario maps for free.

Of course the bugs are still noticeable, and the game is technically not well optimized. The most notorious problem is the memory leak: There is a constant and increasing consumption of memory and it does lead to the game becoming slow, game sounds getting distorted, and bugs like the infamous double attack getting more common. The only way to solve this right now is to actually terminate the game, wait 30-50 secs until the bloated RAM usage goes back to normal, and then start it again (rinse and repeat after another 4 hours).

If a few bugs and the above described technical issues do not bother you that much, then I definitely recommend you give the game a try. H7 is slowly becoming my favorite Heroes title. And since I am confident that the devs will fix the remaining bugs (and hopefully add some more content), I rate the game positively and look forward to a 2nd expansion and further improvements.
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reknedierf
4.8 hrs
Posted: August 24
Misbuysquared ... :-/
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jgeldzah
35.4 hrs
Posted: August 21
I have been a fan of the series since the 2nd game in the series and had high hopes for this one. However that wasn't the case. Ever since I have updated to Windows 10 it has become completely unplayable. Even on my windows 7 machine it was crashing pretty consistently.
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zan
8.3 hrs
Posted: August 19
I have loved all of the Might and magic games but this one would be good but it is Big i mean Rilly big, and on top of that it has a very hard time running even on a good pc that sead i like it but it runs like ♥♥♥♥!!
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Gondandur
91.5 hrs
Posted: August 19
I bought this game when under sale offer and I was dubtful because of a lot of people gave it a bad review. I must to say I have not experienced any of the major bugs someone reported as the impossibility to exchange artifacts between charatcer. I played just on campain mode and in that mode there are some artifacts that can be bound to a specific character so they cannot be traded but this comes with the storyline.
About the heavy graphic i got any trouble at all, I own a PC with 16gb ram and maybe that is why I get not trouble about graphic at all.
I love the storyline of main campaign, it is a nice way to link avery campaign togheter.
In gameplay i love some new introduction like breakable/fixable bridges which adds some iteresting strategic behaivour to players. Each hero is quite unique: even if there are three main skill that can be the really same for each class, every hero has difference in his/her skillwheal that makes important to chose who has to fight, who has to stay at city to get the max buff on resoureces and creature growth.
Campaign and single scenarios in them can be quite a challenge and a good save and reload strategy is the best way to get victory while fighting is not always the best way to win ;-)
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Psyadin
44.0 hrs
Posted: August 18
Better then 6, still not close to the earlier games
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milkorlife
27.4 hrs
Posted: August 17
A wild positive review appears. SO far i had 1-2 bugs. Other than that i have better time with this than h6 :P. Cool thing: 7 is easier to mod and you can find some stuff in heroes community.
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jasonwolfe666
90.3 hrs
Posted: August 16
A few bugs but none that i have not found a work around for.
At a certain point in a certain quest line the " chain lightning " spell make's wining the game super hard.
Still I have done almost half the quests and have been having a lot of fun ( exept the afor mentioned part of one quest ).
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gonst13
24.3 hrs
Posted: August 14
After looking through so many reviews and noticing that there is a lot of happy and unhappy people I really debated on whether I really wanted to buy this game. I have played roughly about 20+ hours thus far. I have noticed that there are still a few bugs, but they all have been rather negligible. Now onto the actual gameplay, if you have ever played any of the earlier versions of Heroes then you'll have to readjust from the past few releases of Heroes. This one is an attempt to return to the idea that you have to out wit or focus on the objective of the scenario. Otherwise it will be rather hard to get started on trying to get a large army up and steam roll your computer opponent. I say this because most of the CPU heroes are OP to start of each scenario. Meaning that they can easily wipe your entire army out in a matter of a few short turns. Now there is a draw back on the how the CPU player was set up and that is the computer does not really do much once you defeat the first few OP oppenents because it builds in its town, but alas it does not ever seem to do much with actually buying a building an army afterwards.
Overall the game is a huge resource hog just as Heroes VI was so I would be wary if you don't have a decent computer to handle the game. Also it is challenging at first and can come with a bit of trial and error (aka aggrivation for some), but once you figure out what to do you can easily overpower the computer and walk around as the army of annihilation over an ignorant CPU player. This is not a game meant for everyone so be warned.
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98 of 106 people (92%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
223.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 28
This game still has so many little problems and bugs that all add up to a frustrating time trying to play it

If you're dead set on buying it, I would wait until the expansion comes out in early august. It is supposed to include a lot of fixes and changes for the better.

The AI is dumb as a brick as well. Even the combat AI for neutral enemies...

Once you've spent about 4 hours chasing down enemy heroes with no armies in them on a large map, you'll appreciate how frustrating the AI tactics can be at times as well.

The animations and animation timing - despite going through multiple major revisions - are still barely acceptable.

There are multiple issues tied to adjusting the gameplay speed settings..

For some reason it forces you to stare at a blank screen while enemies fight combats in multiplayer.. (in previous versions you could still look around at the world and examine things, etc.)

The music is uninspired

The sound effects are decent

There are multiple balance issues with certain skills and units which still need to be worked out

The map editor is a disaster. A resource hog, unoptimized even in the least, and crashes frequently

Basically Ubisoft WAYYYY underbid the project costs on this game and didn't give the company who got it even half enough time to properly finish it, before forcing them to shove it out the door to meet some arbitrary marketing date.
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24 of 28 people (86%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 4
I am a long-time fan of the franchise, so I dearly hope to be able to change this review at some point, but right now this game is simply unplayable. My computer beats all of the reccomended specifications and yet STILL my attempts at play were jagged with lag and constantly interrupted by crashes.

This game isn't just buggy, it's outright broken. There's no reason for it to be shutting down non-stop on rigs where meatier games run smoothly.

SAVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL THEY FIX THIS ♥♥♥♥.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
52.6 hrs on record
Posted: August 24
I waited long until I decided to buy H7 and the add-on, both due to the amount of bugs reported and due to my negative experience with H6 (which was boring and repetitive, despite the nice graphics).

Well, all I have to say is, H7 after patch 2.0 is definitely worth playing and has the potential to become one of the highlights in the series. The gameplay is diverse, it keeps me coming back for more, the hotseat mode fast and entertaining, and I love the campaign so far. It is also positive that the devs added several single-player scenario maps for free.

Of course the bugs are still noticeable, and the game is technically not well optimized. The most notorious problem is the memory leak: There is a constant and increasing consumption of memory and it does lead to the game becoming slow, game sounds getting distorted, and bugs like the infamous double attack getting more common. The only way to solve this right now is to actually terminate the game, wait 30-50 secs until the bloated RAM usage goes back to normal, and then start it again (rinse and repeat after another 4 hours).

If a few bugs and the above described technical issues do not bother you that much, then I definitely recommend you give the game a try. H7 is slowly becoming my favorite Heroes title. And since I am confident that the devs will fix the remaining bugs (and hopefully add some more content), I rate the game positively and look forward to a 2nd expansion and further improvements.
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13 of 19 people (68%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
21.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 5
Why do you make a game if ai does weird things? Old heroes 3 got 10x better ai then this. Pls if you cant make a game dont go for it?
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
91.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 19
I bought this game when under sale offer and I was dubtful because of a lot of people gave it a bad review. I must to say I have not experienced any of the major bugs someone reported as the impossibility to exchange artifacts between charatcer. I played just on campain mode and in that mode there are some artifacts that can be bound to a specific character so they cannot be traded but this comes with the storyline.
About the heavy graphic i got any trouble at all, I own a PC with 16gb ram and maybe that is why I get not trouble about graphic at all.
I love the storyline of main campaign, it is a nice way to link avery campaign togheter.
In gameplay i love some new introduction like breakable/fixable bridges which adds some iteresting strategic behaivour to players. Each hero is quite unique: even if there are three main skill that can be the really same for each class, every hero has difference in his/her skillwheal that makes important to chose who has to fight, who has to stay at city to get the max buff on resoureces and creature growth.
Campaign and single scenarios in them can be quite a challenge and a good save and reload strategy is the best way to get victory while fighting is not always the best way to win ;-)
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
57.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
I won't buy any ubisoft game again. Multiplayer doesn't work. I was waiting till patch 2.0 with the review. Something changed, but it is completely unstable in multiplayer (don't have hope to end ur multiplayer game). We have 2016, not 1996.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
44.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 18
Better then 6, still not close to the earlier games
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
26.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
I played Heroes 3, 4 (...), 5,6,7 and honestly I am not sure why I keep buying the game of this franchise. I think I just hope to have as fun as I did with some of the previous title. But the game is filled with so many bug.... Ubisoft you should just stop making HOMM if you can't invest enough money to create a game that has the minimum of bugs....

If there were not so many bugs I believe I could go over any other sort of issue I have with this game like the lack of map, the poor design for evolved creature and obviously your expansion at 40$.

I hope I will see this evaluation in the future as a reminder to not buy Heroes 8...



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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
90.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 16
A few bugs but none that i have not found a work around for.
At a certain point in a certain quest line the " chain lightning " spell make's wining the game super hard.
Still I have done almost half the quests and have been having a lot of fun ( exept the afor mentioned part of one quest ).
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
20.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
So, the HOMM series is very close to my heart like it is for many other reviewers. I've been playing it since HOMM1 was released (yes I'm that old). When 7 was released and I saw all the negative reviews I thought I'll wait a bit. Turns out I had to wait a year for patch 2.0. I bought it while it was on sale (50% off) which still made me cringe as I was afraid I'm buying a broken game from all the reviews.

However, it turns out the game is marvelous. I'm enjoying the campaign and story thoroughly and I'm not experiencing any issues whatsoever. I don't know what all the fuss is about? With that said, I haven't played or seen the game prior to patch 2.0.

In summary - The good:

+ Adventure map visuals are stunning
+ Careful thought went into the campaign maps and making it fun to play through
+ I enjoy the sometimes cheesy voice acting, reminds me of theatre and the previous games
+ The non-animated cut scenes don't bother me at all. I don't know what all the kids are complaining about. Feels like a story that is being narrated with still illustrations. I guess kids these days don't read anymore?
+ No hand-holding. The game isn't dumbed down. It takes a while to learn and even longer to master on higher difficulties.
+ Spells and hero talent wheels are great.
+ At 50% off a great bargain.

The bad:

- Game doesn't feel optimised. Even though I'm not experiencing any performance issues, my PC sounds like it might take flight as both my CPU and GPU are working extremely hard.
- The towns feel bland. One of the most rewarding things of previous HOMM games were the towns and how they come to life as you build new structures. Here, all the buildings look kind of the same and the animation happens so fast from the 2D selection screen that you sometimes miss what you just built.
- The units themselves are adequately animated but again, their colours and armour seem bland. Take the Seraphs/Celestials for example, they are ANGELS for crying out loud but look like foot soldiers with tiny wings. Also my favourite factions have always been the Necropolis and Dungeon factions. The creatures themselves are great but their modeling struggles to distinguish them from the crowd (bland).
- Still some balancing issues.
- The opponent heroes' AI is weird sometimes. On occasion their actions are non-sensical but from what I've seen, this is rare.
- A bit pricy at full price. Especially charging so much for an expansion (haven't bought it yet - will wait for sale).
- During combat, the camera has some angle issues but these are rare.

All in all, it seems like I'm complaining a lot but, for me, the good outweighs the bad by far and I think Limbic has done a good job. I also love the way their developers are directly interacting with the users.

The game should've been released in the state it is now after patch 2.0. Feels like it was in Beta all the way through version 1.
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