Magic: The Gathering Arena enters Open Beta, includes hands-on time with Guilds of Ravnica

Wizards of the Coast has announced that their exciting digital game, Magic: The Gathering Arena, has entered Open Beta. This game will feature the intense head-to-head battles similar to the popular tabletop collectible card game as well as the latest expansion, Guild of Ravnica.

Developed in-house by Wizards of the Coast’s Digital Games Studio, Magic: The Gathering Arena brings the same rich strategy and gameplay of the beloved tabletop game to PC in quick, intense, head to head battles. In Magic: The Gathering Arena players can jump right into Quick and Competitive Play using one of the five carefully crafted pre-built decks earned in the tutorial and can customize their own decks from an expansive library of current Magic cards. The game is free to download and lets players battle for rewards including in-game currency, cards, and booster packs. Players can also earn an additional five pre-built decks by completing daily quests.

The start of the Open Beta gives players access to the latest expansion, Guild of Ravnica, special in-game Singleton events, a sealed format where players create a deck of 40 cards from six unopened booster packs, and redeemable codes from retail versions of the tabletop game.

Magic: The Gather Arena’s Open Beta is now available as a free-to-play download. For more information, visit the official website.

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