Get ready Magic: the Gathering fans! Magic: the Gathering Arena is now in open beta on PC in North America, Europe, Australia, and South America. The game, which is the first ever to be developed in-house by Wizards' Digital Games Studio, offers MTG fans the opportunity to experience the card game in quick head to head battles.
At the start of Open Beta, players will be able to jump right into game with one of five pre-built decks (earned through the tutorial) or they can customize a deck using six unopened booster packs. They can even earn an additional five decks by completing quests. The Guilds of Ravnica card set is even available to play.
As is common with beta launches, players can also look forward to an event -- the Singleton Event. The event is completely free -- no gold or gems needed -- and runs until October 1.
To download Magic: The Gathering Arena, head to the game's official site.
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