Magic: The Gathering Field, a digital version of the first integrated card game, adds live events for home-based players during the coronavirus epidemic. The announcement was made Wednesday for the match official forums, and the rollout of new services began Thursday morning.
"Because COVID-19 keeps millions of people internationally, we wanted to do little to help make social networking more accessible," a Wizards of Coast spokesman said. To achieve that, we are making changes to Magic: The Gathering Field
It works pretty fast, the Brawlers & # 39; Guildhall event is coming back, and you won't want to cash in. In addition, Draft Card set for new card – Theros: Without Death
The court was launched in September after the beta season. It has simultaneous casting and physical card games, and offers players codes to unlock the cards they buy in Planeswalker's built-in retail outlets. The gaming experience is almost like a physical card game, and fans can start without spending money.
For more on going back Magic: Gathering, check out my feature article about returning to the game after a two-year hiatus.