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The free-to-play digital version of the original strategy card game, Magic: The Gathering Arena, is set to enter Open Beta on September 28. After spending the past six months in Closed Beta, Wizards of the Coast are ready to unleash the, err, Magic to everyone.

And here's the weirdly cool announcement trailer featuring Danny Trejo.


Arena is designed and built for digital gamers without compromising Magic's core gameplay. The game rewards those who love a challenge with skillful and exciting gameplay that is a visual feast - the game is as much fun to watch as it is to play.

Every decision you make matters in Arena. With thousands of cards available, new synergies to uncover, and new strategies to develop, there are plenty of decisions to make. Existing CCG players and Magic fans will love the depth of the game and find new challenges with every selection.

And as an added bonus for Magic fans, like Bethesda's Pete Hines, you can expect to find integration of physical and digital Magic - via redeemable codes. Which will be found in upcoming Guilds of Ravnica products.



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