Magic: Legends Articles
Magic: Legends pulled back the veil a bit on what players can expect at launch, giving something of a primer for the Multiverse seen in the ARPG based on the popular card game.
After more than 100K Closed Alpha testers helped shape the progress of Magic: Legends it's time for Magic fans who weren't invited to the Alpha tests to join Cryptic for their Open Beta PC launch on March 23rd, 2021.
Announced earlier this year, Perfect World Entertainment's Magic: Legends was originally slated for a PC launch in 2020, with consoles coming later on down the road. However, as we learned today thanks to a development blog by EP Steven Ricossa, that won't be the case.
In an announcement from Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios, Magic: Legends is going to receive the Necromancer class as one of the five Planeswalker classes released at launch. The Necromancer will be themed around black mana from the Magic: The Gathering game.
Cryptic Studios and Perfect World Entertainment have released details on one more of the five Planeswalker classes that will be available at the launch of Magic: Legends, the Sanctifier. This support class is inspired by the radiance of the sun, and is meant to be associated with Magic: The Gathering's white mana.
Magic: Legends has detailed its upcoming plans for monetization thanks to a lengthy post from Executive Producer Stephen Ricossa.
The Magic: Legends team has announced that Tazeem, the jungle continent on the plane of Zendikar, will be the third region featured in the game.
Magic: Legends has released new information regarding class progression and traits as well as giving a deeper dive into Realms and character advancement via two seperate articles.
Magic: Legends has published their first State of Development blog on their website from Executive Producer Stephen Ricossa, and announced an upcoming Close Alpha test.