Wizards of the Coast announced today that Magic: The Gathering Arena will be finally releasing full, after an extended beta period, on September 26th. But there’s something else coming with the final launch too, an entirely new set of cards. The Throne of Eldraine set joins the party, both in Arena and the tabletop variant,
Magic: The Gathering Arena has been in open beta since September 27, but has been missing an extremely key feature. However, as per a blog post made today, Wizards of the Coast is getting close to implementing that missing feature. What is this mystery component you ask? Why challenging players directly of course. Direct Challenges
The newest iteration of digital free-to-play Magic: The Gathering is out now in its first open beta period. The open beta includes cards from the latest set, Guilds of Ravnica, before its actual retail release! Dominara, Ixalan and Rivals of Ixalan expansions are also in the games current rotation. Magic: The Gathering Arena has even
Wizards of the Coast has released details on how Magic: The Gathering Arena‘s free-to-play and paid structures, and its first game events, will work. The Gold economy that’s being used to purchase card packs is still there, but a paid microtransaction currency has also been added, called Gems. Gems will allow players to buy card
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.