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Might and Magic Online was to be a MMORPG set in the Might and Magic universe. It was intended to act as the sequel to Might and Magic V: Darkside of Xeen, but that role was later taken by Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven.

Hope that the game could be created was one of the reasons Jon Van Caneghem decided to sell New World Computing to The 3DO Company. He attempted to spearhead the project in 1996, and design and development work was commenced until the project's cancellation in 1997-98.[1] According to Van Caneghem, it was withdrawn when 3DO's executives discovered they could ship three PlayStation 2 games with the budget it would take to sustain the project.[2]

Details on the content of the game itself are extremely scarce, but some developers who worked on 3DO's Meridian 59 (which was to serve as the game's basis) list Might and Magic Online in their resumes and websites.[1][3][4]


The Might and Magic series
Might and Magic RPGs I - II - III - IV - V - VI - VII - VIII - IX - X
Heroes I - II (The Price of Loyalty - Desecrated Lands) - III (Armageddon's Blade - The Shadow of Death) - IV (The Gathering Storm - Winds of War) - V (Hammers of Fate - Tribes of the East) - VI (Pirates of the Savage Sea - Danse Macabre - Shades of Darkness) - VII (Trial by Fire)
King's Bounty King's Bounty - Quest for the Dragon Bone Staff - The Legend - Armored Princess - Crossworlds - Legions - Warriors of the North - Dark Side
Ardon series Crusaders of Might and Magic - Warriors of Might and Magic - Shifters
Related titles and spinoffs Arcomage - Heroes Chronicles - Legends of Might and Magic - Dragon Rage - Mobile (II) - Dark Messiah - Clash of Heroes - Heroes Kingdoms - Heroes Online - Duel of Champions - Elemental Guardians
Novels The Dreamwright - The Shadowsmith - The Sea of Mist
Cancelled installments New World Computing's Heroes V - Might and Magic Online - The Worldcrafter - New World Computing's Might and Magic X - Kingdoms of Might and Magic