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Magic: The Gathering Arena will be officially unveiled tomorrow

Magic: The Gathering Arena will be officially unveiled tomorrow

Magic The Gathering Arena

Update, September 7: The latest digital Magic game will be unveiled via Twitch stream very soon.

As previously noted, Magic: The Gathering Arena will be unveiled on September 7 over at the official Magic Twitch channel. The stream will begin at 13:00 PDT / 17:00 EDT / 20:00 GMT / 21:00 CET / 6:00 AEDT.

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Stay tuned, Planeswalkers, and check out the stream below.

Original Story, August 3:After it was announced Magic Duels was to be given no more content updates, the question for many Magic: The Gathering fans has been what comes next. Wizards of the Coast have been teasing that future videogames are coming under an internal umbrella called “Magic Digital Next,” but nothing has been confirmed, until now. Meet Magic: The Gathering Arena.

That’s pretty much all we know about the game so far, actually. We can’t even be sure it’s coming to PC. To many fans, it’s taking the place of Magic Duels, but whether it’s actually similar to any previous games is up in the air. Who knows – it may not even follow typical Magic: The Gathering patterns.

In a follow-up tweet, it was confirmed that a stream on September 7 would reveal more about Magic: The Gathering Arena and how you can join the closed beta.

In an announcement in June, it was revealed that more of this game would be shown at HASCON, September 8-10, including early demos, so it’s possible that closed beta may be coming soon after these gameplay reveals.

Until then, it looks like we’ve got a month’s worth of speculation on a logo. Speaking of: that logo doesn’t even have the colon typically in Magic: The Gathering. What gives? Our sister site Wargamer also has the MTG release schedule and all of the MTG sets in order, so do swing by.