5, Feb, 21

Magic: Legends release date, open beta date, how to join in

Find out how you can get involved with the Magic: Legends beta.
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Magic: The Gathering has been slowly branching out into other kinds of games recently, and one of the most interesting of these projects is Magic: Legends. 

Magic: Legends is a free-to-play ARPG that will have players fighting against the forces of evil using spells, creatures, and planeswalkers.

Rather than choosing a specific Planeswalker, you’ll choose from a variety of classes, build a deck, and unleash hell. 

Here’s everything you need to know about Magic: Legends. 

Magic: Legends open beta date


So, if you’re keen to get your hands on this incredibly interesting take on MTG, you’ll probably be interested in knowing that there’s an open beta coming up soon. 

It’s kicking off on March 23rd, 2021, and it’ll be the first chance that a lot of people have had to actually jump into the game and see what it’s like for themselves. 

If you want to get involved, here’s how to do it. 

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Magic: Legends how to get into the beta


All you need to do is head on over to the website, make an account, and then sign in.

The instructions are easy to follow, so you shouldn’t have any troubles once you’ve set up your account, just make sure to keep track of your login details for when the beta becomes available. 

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Magic: Legends release date


While we do know that the open beta is coming up, that doesn’t mean we have a firm release date, at least not yet. 

It’s likely that once the open beta is over we could hear more news about this though. We’re hoping it’ll come along at some point this year, and it could be as early as June, but it all depends on whether or not the beta unveils any glaring issues with the technical or gameplay side of things. 

We’ll keep you updated with everything we know about Magic: Legends though, so keep your eyes peeled. 

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