Magic: Legends Players Can Get A Free Starter Pack Via The Epic Games Store
In addition the the usual free games, the Epic Games Store is also tossing out a freebie to you Magic: Legends players this week.
Between now and 10:00 AM Pacific time on June 24, players who grab the game on EGS can unlock a pack containing a Moorland Ranger character costume, a Moorland Ranger Werewolf summon skin, and two drop boosts. Effectively, all you need to do is go to the Epic Planeswalker starter Pack on the EGS and click "GET". You'll need to download the actual game separately from the official page.
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