Mighty Quest for Epic Loot is opening its gates to all for a week of pride and plundering.
The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot may still be in closed beta, but this week it's lowering its defenses and opening its gates for all the heroes of the realm to test their might. The game's second Open House begins July 30 (so, right now) and runs until August 6. Anyone can venture over to the game's website to get an early taste of the free-to-play tower defense / hack-n-slash title.
The first Open House was relatively brief, though not without its merits - adventurers looted 71 million gold coins over the course of three days, and players' customized dungeon defenses slayed over 300,000 home invaders. This time, though, players have an objective: culling the chicken menace. Vile fowls have been spotted in two high priority "chicken castles," and if the game's heroes can collectively slay 10 million of the beasts they will unlock the mighty chicken as a castle defense for all players in the full game.
Mighty Quest's beta seems to have been effective so far - player feedback has already led to Ubisoft making changes to its premium currency to avoid drifting into "pay-to-win" territory. The developers need a steady supply of that feedback to keep fine-tuning things, so feel free to aid in the betterment of Opulencia by signing up for the Open House and stealing all your neighbors' stuff. For the good of the realm, of course.