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‘Magic the Gathering Arena’ Upcoming Update Lifts the Current NDA

March 22nd is going to be a very exciting day for anyone that has or will be receiving an invite to play Magic the Gathering Arena. There is a nice update coming to the game on Thursday the 22nd, which includes some new cards as well as more invites. More than 100,00 more invites are going to be sent out to people the have signed up to try out the game. So if you haven’t yet, you can mosey on over to the website and sign up for the Closed Beta.

Now, on to some more exciting news regarding the update. Unfortunately there will be an account wipe for any current players. This is so that Wizards can test some new starting collections, which include ten new pre-constructed decks. Along with this wipe, comes the addition of the Amonkhet card block which includes both the Amonkhet and Hour of Devastation sets! While all of this information is great, the best part is that the NDA (nondisclosure agreement) is finally going to be lifted! For anyone that is confused as to what that is, this now means that Twitch, YouTube and other platforms are going to be swarming with Magic the Gathering Arena content. Players will now be able to freely stream and record footage and share it with the public. I , for one, am super excited about this lift because I have been waiting to show this game off. Each player will receive three packs of each of the four current sets, Amonkhet, Hour of Devastation, Ixalan and Rivals of Ixalan. More information can be found here! Keep it locked here for more information regarding Magic the Gathering Arena!

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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.