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While the game is currently enjoying a closed-beta run on PC, Ubisoft's The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot will likely expand to various platforms if the team has their way. After all, castle sieges, looting, laying traps and leveling up are universal systems in any videogame playspace, and that's what the game is all about.

"Right now the objective is to do something that is really good on PC," explained Ubisoft Montreal's Quentin Gallet (in a thick Quebecois accent) while chatting with us at E3. "And at some point... we don’t want to close any doors, but the objective is to have the people spending lots of time in the game, and having huge fun, because they are using all of the different tools, and then move on. So, so far we invest on that."

We have a full interview with Quentin you can check out, which is also a good jumping off point for anyone still not sure what the game is about.

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