Magic: The Gathering Arena fans who may have been waiting on the game to come to consoles are going to have to have a longer wait than they’d previously been promised. During an investor call, Hasbro Chief Executive Chris Cocks revealed that the console version of the game won’t be available until 2024 or even later. This revelation came in answer to a question regarding revenue projections. As it turns out, according to Cocks, the big focus right now is getting the game on Steam – something that is probably a bit more manageable as M:TG Arena is already playable on the PC.
That said, the company does have plans to continue working on a console version and Cocks stated that they would “continue to evaluate console”. He also added that consoles, particularly Xbox and PlayStation, would be “an interesting opportunity” for the company. But, he reiterates, again, “likely in 2024 and beyond”.
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