: The set also includes 10 full art "Metropolis" basic lands and "Skyscraper" and "Golden Age" showcase treatments that exhibit the vibrant locations and unique cards in all the glitz and glam of the Plane. Streets of New Capenna is available now on MTG Arena for free onPC, theApp Store andGoogle Play The tabletop version will be available on[...]
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Magic: The Gathering's Arena interface has been buggy more and more lately, and Wizards of the Coast shouldn't punish players for this.
Wizards of the Coast has been extremely diligent in fixing bugs and updating Magic Arena, their online interface for Magic: The Gathering.
Magic Arena's developers announced that they will pause bringing Pioneer to Arena, instead focusing their efforts on its existing formats.
We are happy to share with you these four exclusive previews for Magic Arena, courtesy of Wizards of the Coast.
On Friday, April 23rd, Mr. Beast is going to be going on Magic: The Gathering Arena and giving $25,000 USD to two lucky opponents.
Wizards of the Coast is releasing their 87th expansion for Magic: The Gathering, Strixhaven: School of Mages, on Friday, April 23rd.
Magic Arena, the digital interface for Magic: The Gathering, will be adding Strixhaven: School of Mages on Thursday, April 15th!
A chain of tweets now has many Twitter users in the Magic: The Gathering Esports community up at arms over it, defending its subject.
At long last, Wizards of the Coast has released the iOS version of Magic Arena for the global Magic: The Gathering community! Right this second, players across the world can download MTG Arena and install it All of the key features of the desktop version are now available on iPhones, Android devices, iPads, and other tablets[...]
With some card gamers feeling aimless in their pursuit of connection amid COVID-19, here are a few ways to get your TCG fix.
One website claims they have an app that can predict the outcome of players' Magic: The Gathering drafts even before a game has been played.
Kaladesh Remastered entered the fray in Magic: The Gathering Arena last Thursday, and opened a new world of possible plays.
Wizards of the Coast recently released a Historic-format-only set called Amonkhet Remastered, which features cards from the Amonkhet block.
Wizards of the Coast has released its State of Magic: The Gathering Arena article for June, and, as expected, it's a big one.
[…] The launch of the Mac client will coincide with the digital release of Core Set 2021, bringing the newest Magic: The Gathering set to MTG Arena With a mix of all-new card designs and powerful returning cards, Core Set 2021 was developed to have something for every Magic player, no matter how they choose to[...]
New cards for Jumpstart won't be previewed until the full set is up. However, that won't slow us - let's look at some new cards for the set!
June 19th was one interesting day for Jumpstart reveals, but now the preview season for the Sealed-centric expansion set has concluded.
Jumpstart will be coming out in July and feature an absolutely-gigantic amount of reprinted cards. Let's take a look!
While Jumpstart will have a bunch of reprinted cards in it, a few of the packs will feature cards that are completely new to the game.
This is the story of Urza and Mishra, two sibling artificers, and their war over two simple, yet catastrophic artifacts.
Jumpstart preview season is now afoot, despite Core 2021 having concluded its official preview season just yesterday.
All of Core 2021 has been revealed! However, that won't stop us from showing you the showcase lands from the Magic: The Gathering set.
It's about that time, dear readers and fans of Magic: The Gathering - the preview season for Core 2021 is nearly at a close!
There were only roughly two new Core 2021 previews to show you, so we were stumped how to present this article until we had an epiphany.
Today, we will be discussing elves, the Elf creature type, and their various incarnations across Magic's planes of existence.
We wish to share these Core 2021 previews with you in hopes that they scintillate whatever senses you have that cause you to build decks.
We have got some Core 2021 previews from Magic: The Gathering for you that are so great that some people might consider them... Colossal.
We have been looking at previews for the upcoming set for Magic: The Gathering in order to share what we've seen as well as our observations.
We have begun writing about types in Magic: The Gathering. There's one race in the game that merits attention due to its very iconic history.