A new digital version of Magic: The Gathering is coming soon. Called Magic: The Gathering Arena, it will allow players to purchase and collect cards just like the tabletop game. In a blog post today, developers at Wizar ds of The Coast revealed for the first time how you’ll be able to purchase those cards.
The Gwent single-player campaign Thronebreaker, which had been slated to come out by the end of the year, has been delayed into 2018. Developer CD Projekt Red said in a “development roadmap update” that it has decided to “increase the campaign’s scope,” and so it’s going to need more time to work on it. How
There’s a new campaign live in Dire Wolf Digital’s free-to-play card game, Eternal. Available on three platforms — PC (via Steam), iOS, and Android — The Tale of Horus Traver is the game’s second campaign and adds 16 new single-player bosses “with fun powers” to challenge players and beat them into whimpering submission. Your reward
Hearthstone, Blizzard’s popular digital collectible card game, pulls in about $20 million a month, split almost evenly between the PC and mobile versions of the game, according to analyst firm Superdata. The information is detailed in the company’s summary of its annual digital card games report. Many regard World of Warcarft as one of the most