‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ Closed Beta Play Begins Now


Wizards of the Coast

Promotional art for ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ featuring Jace, a powerful planeswalker in the ‘Magic’ multiverse.

The wait is over. Registered players anticipating a go at Magic: The Gathering’s new digital platform will finally be welcomed into Arena’s closed beta beginning today.

See also: Wizards Of The Coast To Begin Stress Testing ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ Today

The property of Hasbro subsidiary Wizards of the Coast has been stress-testing Magic: The Gathering Arena for more than a month now, beginning November 3. Chris Cao, Executive Producer at Wizards of the Coast predicted that if tests went swimmingly, the closed beta would begin as quickly as November 30. He wasn’t very far off.

During this past month, fans have had a window in which to sign up for the closed beta and try their luck for invitations to play. According to the game’s official Twitter account, @MTG_Arena, the first wave of invitations went out on December 3. (If you are interested in signing up for the closed beta, you still can on the official Arena website.)


Wizards of the Coast

Gameplay in ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena.’

The closed beta is designed for Wizards of the Coast to bug hunt in an environment where it can control the number of people who are playing at the same time. It will also allow for a greater number of people to see the game in action than before since Wizards of the Coast will be live streaming some early Arena matches on Twitch.

See also: I Hid A ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Treasure In The Real World. Here’s What Happens Next

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Wizards of the Coast

Promotional art for ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ featuring Jace, a powerful planeswalker in the ‘Magic’ multiverse.

The wait is over. Registered players anticipating a go at Magic: The Gathering’s new digital platform will finally be welcomed into Arena’s closed beta beginning today.

See also: Wizards Of The Coast To Begin Stress Testing ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ Today

The property of Hasbro subsidiary Wizards of the Coast has been stress-testing Magic: The Gathering Arena for more than a month now, beginning November 3. Chris Cao, Executive Producer at Wizards of the Coast predicted that if tests went swimmingly, the closed beta would begin as quickly as November 30. He wasn’t very far off.

During this past month, fans have had a window in which to sign up for the closed beta and try their luck for invitations to play. According to the game’s official Twitter account, @MTG_Arena, the first wave of invitations went out on December 3. (If you are interested in signing up for the closed beta, you still can on the official Arena website.)

Wizards of the Coast

Gameplay in ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena.’

The closed beta is designed for Wizards of the Coast to bug hunt in an environment where it can control the number of people who are playing at the same time. It will also allow for a greater number of people to see the game in action than before since Wizards of the Coast will be live streaming some early Arena matches on Twitch.

See also: I Hid A ‘Magic: The Gathering’ Treasure In The Real World. Here’s What Happens Next



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