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‘Magic the Gathering Arena’ Has Entered Open Beta

Wizards of the Coast has finally moved their online card game, Magic the Gathering Arena, into open Beta! This is great news as the game was previously only in closed Beta and only open to a certain amount of people. Now that it is in Open Beta, everyone has equal chance to get stomped by the most Meta decks in the community. I love Magic the Gathering and have been playing for a few years now. Now, I am no expert, but I have been enjoying the hell out of Magic the Gathering Arena. I strongly urge anyone that is into card games to download the Open Beta and play it immediately. Check out some more information below, especially information regarding the new play style and card additions from Guilds of Ravnica.

About Magic the Gathering Arena Open Beta Release:

  Starting today, any-and-all players based in North America, Europe, Australia and South America can download the game and experience everything Magic has to offer to its dedicated fans on Windows PC. Magic: The Gathering Arena players can look forward to all-new content that is now live in the beta, including early hands-on time with Guilds of Ravnica (Magic: The Gathering’s latest card set expansion) a full eight days ahead of its retail launch, the all-new Sealed format (a mode where players build a 40-card deck from six booster packs) coming to Arena, a special in-game Singleton event (a mode where players can only have ONE copy of a single card in a deck) and the ability to redeem digital codes earned from purchasing retail product starting with Guilds of Ravnica’s Oct. 5 launch!

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Practically born with a controller in hand, Randy Ladyka is a self-proclaimed Video Game Connoisseur. Aside from fully investing himself in all things nerd, he’s currently raising three little boys and attempting to convince his wife to play anything with him. He spends 90% of his free time reading, researching and playing games and recording your next favorite gaming video. The other 10% is spent sleeping and eating, though not simultaneously.