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Ubisoft ends partnership with Limbic Entertainment

"After 4 years of a close collaboration"

After creating Might & Magic Heroes VII together, Ubisoft and Limbic Entertainment are severing their ties.

"After 4 years of a close collaboration, our partnership with Limbic Entertainment is coming to an end and as such no further updates will be provided for the title. The forums will remain open to allow you to continue the conversation about the game and keep sharing your best creations," said a statement posted on the Might & Magic Heroes VII forum.

"We would like to thank all the teams involved in this project, particularly our friends at Limbic Entertainment and wish them the best in their future endeavors."

Limbic Entertainment was founded in 2002 by Stephan Winter, Eike Radunz and Alexander Frey. It's most recent releases were Might & Magic Heroes VI DLC and Might & Magic X - Legacy with Ubisoft.

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