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Magic: Legends is an upcoming free-to-play online Action RPG, developed by Cryptic Studios, published by Perfect World Entertainment and based on Magic: The Gathering. In Magic: Legends, players take on the role of Planeswalkers, powerful spellcasters who travel between worlds. Ancient forces move in the darkness, requiring adventurers to traverse various planes of the Magic: The Gathering Multiverse and gather the power needed to fight this evil. Players will choose their path through these diverse planes while collecting and upgrading a multitude of unique spells to create a powerful spell library. They can then use these spells to control the chaos of battle as they fight to save the Multiverse from its greatest threat yet. Magic: Legends launches on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation®4 in 2021.

To stay up to date on the latest news for Magic: Legends, visit PlayMagicLegends.com or follow @BeAMagicLegends & @MagicLegendsEU on Twitter and Facebook.
 

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Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios have officially announced that the Necromancer will be one of the five starting Planeswalker classes available for Magic: Legends players at launch. Themed around the core purpose of black mana from Magic: The Gathering, Necromancers personify power at any cost—even death.

Players who choose the Necromancer class will find themselves in a constant balancing act between life and death. Summoning creatures, sacrificing them for benefits, and whittling down opponents over time will be key to a Necromancer’s success. Key abilities for the Necromancer include Grim Siphon, a mid-range lashing attack that drains life from foes over time; Grave Upheaval, a damage-dealing secondary ability that targets foes and summons two skeletons; and Soul Wither, a utility ability that applies slows and damage over time effects to nearby enemies.

The best Necromancers will walk a razor-fine edge between tremendous gain and devastating loss. Players can spend their own life force to summon powerful creatures, while saving just enough health to siphon life away from foes and friendly units alike as their undead army grows ever stronger.
For more information on the Necromancer and his black mana-themed machinations, check out the latest blog post from the development team on the official Magic: Legends website.

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the developers of Magic: Legends revealed an early look at the Equipment system being introduced to the upcoming free-to-play action RPG that brings the classic Magic: The Gathering strategy game to life.



Over on the Magic: Legends blog, the Cryptic Studios dev team details how the Equipment system was added after early player feedback from Closed Alpha. Equipment brings another rewarding experience for player progression on top of the game’s deep deck-building mechanics.

Like in the tabletop version of Magic: The Gathering, Equipment in Magic: Legends will come in four rarities: Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic Rare. Today’s blog also gives players a first look at the Tailor NPC located in the hub area of every region, which players can use to edit the appearance of their costume and character.
You can view the blog from the developers here: https://www.playmagiclegends.com/en/news-article/11484153

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Magic: Legends will enter Open Beta on the Epic Games Store on March 23, and is set to launch on PC and consoles in 2021. Those who choose to explore the Multiverse on Epic Games will be able to unlock new content through the Epic Planeswalker Starter Pack for free through April 6 at 9am PT.

he free-to-play, persistent world, action RPG pays loving tribute to Wizards of the Coast’s celebrated strategy card game, Magic: The Gathering, and is scheduled to launch on PC and consoles in 2021. When Magic: Legends enters Open Beta at the end of March, players can take on the role of a Planeswalker by downloading the game on the Epic Games Store (which will connect to the same PC server as Arc Games users). Those who explore the Multiverse on Epic Games will also be able to claim the Epic Planeswalker Starter Pack for free through April 6 at 9am PT. This bundle unlocks a Moorland Ranger Costume, Moorland Ranger Werewolf Summon Skin and 2 drop boosts, which increase the drop rate of rewards for 30 minutes of play in either instanced or overworld content.

To celebrate the upcoming launch of Open Beta, Magic: Legends recently released a Planeswalker Bundle for $39.99, which unlocks costume components for each of the game’s five Planeswalker classes, plus other exclusive items. For additional details, visit the game’s official blog.
 

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I'm not sure, to me seems like more one shot pack than microtransactions but I could be wrong so don't quote me in it.

Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios released a new video and developer blog for Magic: Legends, the upcoming free-to-play action RPG based on Wizards of the Coast’s strategy card game, Magic: The Gathering. The newest trailer reveals the numerous options for players to customize and tweak the difficulty and complexity in the upcoming action RPG, creating fresh new challenges to explore and experiment with in every playthrough.

New feature overview concerning Magic: Legends’ difficulty modifiers takes viewers for a deep dive into the customizability of the game’s challenges and how Regional Enchantments and World Enchantments offer players a great deal of choice and strategy when it comes to how they choose to play the game.

 

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Perfect World Entertainment and Cryptic Studios announced that Magic: Legends entered Open Beta on Arc Games and the Epic Games Store, allowing millions of players from around the world to experience the free-to-play, persistent-world, action RPG set in the iconic Multiverse of Magic: The Gathering. Magic: Legends will launch on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year.

Players who download Magic: Legends on Arc Games and the Epic Games Store will receive free costumes, skins, boosts and more.

Magic: Legends allows longtime fans of Magic: The Gathering to explore the Multiverse like never before. After selecting from one of five Planeswalker starter classes, players will travel to different regions made famous by the celebrated card game, including Innistrad, Tazeem, Benalia and more. While exploring these planes, players will collect Artifacts, Equipment and mana-based spells, which will be used to help them build a deck of powerful, randomized attacks. A full list of the game’s key features includes:
  • A New ‘Magic’ Story – Ancient forces move in the darkness, and it’s up to players to gather the power needed to fight this evil. Magic: Legends features noteworthy characters from the iconic franchise across various storylines, eventually culminating in conflict with a powerful villain from the Multiverse.
  • Become a Planeswalker – Magic: Legends allows players to harness the power of mana through five diverse starter classes and switch between these classes on the fly - with additional classes available later on.
  • Walk Your Own Path – Planeswalkers will need to cross various planes to save the Magic Multiverse, but how they weave their path is up to them.
  • Control the Chaos – Players will make fast, tactical decisions on the battlefield in real-time, while strategically building a deck of spells from the spell library, which will be drawn at random during combat. Whether they wield the power of White, Blue, Black, Red, or Green mana - their choices determine how they navigate the battlefield.
  • Collect and Upgrade – Magic: Legends offers a myriad of spells and spell pages that can be collected to make each spell more powerful. Players will acquire and utilize Equipment and Artifacts to synergize with their decks in order to craft their desired playstyles.
  • Fight Together – The planes in Magic: Legends can be traversed alone or with up to two other Planeswalkers. Players can prepare unique loadouts to build on their teammates’ strengths or test their mettle in 1v1 PvP Duels.
Open Beta for Magic: Legends introduces five unique starter classes of Planeswalkers, with additional classes available later on:
  • The Geomancer draws upon the power of the Earth to pummel enemies in close quarters with devastating stone and lava attacks. They are capable of absorbing blows that would otherwise incapacitate other Planeswalkers with their rock shield. Geomancers prefer to call upon creatures like goblins, kavu and earth elementals.
  • The Mind Mage personifies cool intellect. As a Planeswalker that focuses on psychic powers, they can battle enemies from a safe distance, controlling projectiles with telekinetic powers, and lock down dangerous foes with spells that put them to sleep or turn them against their allies.
  • The Beastcaller is the embodiment of primal might and savagery. They can vanquish hordes of foes on the battlefield with crushing blows from a massive spirit axe while coordinating attacks with an Aether Fox companion and other summoned beasts.
  • The Sanctifier is equally adept at smiting foes with searing bolts of light as they are with mending the wounds of fallen comrades. This class can summon forth angels, paladins and those dedicated to order for protection in battle while laying waste to enemies with righteous light.
  • The Necromancer uses deathly rituals to devastate enemies and raise undead hordes for their own purposes. This class utilizes its unique connection with death to tear the life from the living and sap enemies’ strength with terrible curses.

In addition, players will explore five diverse regions across four planes, lifted directly from the Magic: The Gathering card sets:
  • Shiv - A volcanic island on the plane of Dominaria – inhabited by Ghitu tribes, goblins, ogres, and dragons.
  • Benalia - A church-state city on the plane of Dominaria, where rolling plains meet dark swamps. The Benalish people are at war with the Cabal fanatics and their demons.
  • Tazeem - The jungle continent on the plane of Zendikar, featuring mystical Hedron stones, massive trees, and lush rivers - inhabited by merfolk, elves, and a host of wild creatures.
  • Tolaria - A tropical academy on the plane of Dominaria – teeming with aspiring wizards, Homarid beasts, and artifact constructs.
  • Gavony - A province on the plane of Innistrad, where the settlements and townsfolk are constantly under attack by the likes of werewolves and undead.

Players will also harness the power of their Spark to build on and progress their own personal fragment of the Meditation Realm - an ever-changing plane of mysterious origin and countless secrets that serves an unknown master.
Magic: Legends is a free-to-play, persistent world, hack’n’cast online Action RPG based on Wizards of the Coast’s iconic strategy card game, Magic: The Gathering. Ancient forces move in the darkness, requiring players to assume the role of a Planeswalker, powerful spellcasters who can travel between planes. While exploring different planes, players will collect mana-based spells and strategically build out the perfect deck of balanced attacks to control the chaos of the battlefield and save the Multiverse from its greatest threat yet. Developed by Cryptic Studios and published by Perfect World Entertainment, Magic: Legends will release on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation®4 in 2021. For additional details, visit PlayMagicLegends.com

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A powerful new Planeswalker class has arrived in Magic: Legends! Today the free-to-play hack’n’cast online Action RPG based on Magic: The Gathering released a brand new update which introduces players to the fire-wielding Pyromancer for the very first time. From now through May 24 at 10am PT, players can claim this brand-new ranged caster class for FREE from the in-game store when they log into the game. The Pyromancer, its costume and extra spells have also been added to early levels in the free track of the current Battlepass - and will be available in every subsequent Battlepass. This will continue after the free claim period ends. Today’s update also introduces a brand-new story act that continues players’ journey through the Multiverse, performance upgrades and a host of quality-of-life updates to improve the overall gameplay experience. Magic: Legends is currently in Open Beta on Arc Games and the Epic Games Store; and will release on Xbox One and PlayStation®4 later this year.


A list of content available with today’s free Magic: Legends update includes:
  • Story Act IV: Chasing Answers - The ancient and forgotten force that has moved silently in the darkness is stirring. The mysterious Planeswalker that players have been chasing through the various planes has been tracked to Benalia and Ral Zarek requires aid in confronting her, to finally get some answers.
  • New Class Pyromancer - Harnessing the unbridled fury of Red mana, the Pyromancer is a ranged caster class that quickly hurls damage from a distance, igniting the battlefield with reckless abandon.
  • Performance Upgrade - The dev team has upgraded various environmental and software optimization elements, providing frame rate and compatibility increases across various PC specs.
  • Added Features - Today’s update adds several quality-of-life features, including a Random queue system for easier party formation, additional adjustments to the New User Experience for faster onboarding into the heart of Magic: Legends deckbuilding and customization, various social/chat improvements and more.
For additional details on today’s update, please visit the Magic: Legends blog.