After only a few months in open beta, Magic: Legends announces its upcoming closure. The game will shut down in October and refunds will be made available to those who spent money.
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The ongoing open beta for Magic: Legends has gotten a bit more fiery. A new update adds the Pyromancer class as well as a fourth story act.
Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios unveiled a new class for Magic: Legends. The Dimir Assassin focuses on combos and movement.
The open beta for Magic: Legends is now available on PC. Players have access to five classes and five regions.
Magic: Legends gets another video, this time focusing on the different ways players can increase the game’s difficulty. Of course, along with a higher difficulty come better rewards.
Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios have added a more robust equipment system to Magic: Legends. Interested players will be able to try it out in next month’s open beta.
RPGamers will have another way to access the Magic: Legends open beta when it begins in March. It will be available through the Epic Games Store, with players using the same servers as Arc Games players.
Magic: Legends is an upcoming free-to-play action RPG based on the popular deck-building card game. The game will enter an open beta test this March for budding Planeswalkers to participate in.
Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios detailed the fifth class available for MMORPG Magic: Legends. The game will launch for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2021.
The recently announced Magic: The Gathering MMO now has its first gameplay trailer. Take a look at the first two classes that will be available in the upcoming beta.
During The Game Awards, Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios announced a Magic: The Gathering MMORPG. The first actual details about the game are expected in January.