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6, Apr, 22

MTG Arena Updates Bring Fantastic Quality of Life Changes and More

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Today, Wizards of the Coast dropped the new Magic Arena Announcements post over on the Mothership site. This go around, there’s some awesome quality of life changes coming to the game, and more, like new products and balance changes for Alchemy. We’ll take a look at the quality of life change coming and highlight some of the cooler things coming to the game in tomorrow’s update.

More Customzation

Wizards of the Coast

One of the cool new updates coming to the game is adding another layer of customization to your decks. Now in each deck, you can add an individual Avatar, Pet and Card Sleeve. This seems a bit minor of a change but one that I think players will like.

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New Products

There’s a few new products being added to the store. First up we have the pre-purchase bundles for Streets of New Capenna. They’re each $50 and the sleeves that you get with them are amazing.

The first one that we have is an Elspeth sleeve and the second is Ob Nixilis, both with the Art Deco style. You also get a very cool pet.

Additionally, there’s a couple other new things that are already in the shop. The Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Mythic Boosters and Alchemy bundles are available now as well.

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Upcoming Events

Wizards of the Coast

There are a couple of very fun events coming up soon as well. The next couple Arena Opens are scheduled, with Historic on April 16th and 17th, and Streets of New Capenna Mixed Limited on May 14th and 15th. To learn more about the Arena Open, check out the details page.

The “What Was Written” event returns again this month on the 19th-21st during Midweek Magic. This event is effectively “Pioneer Lite”, using all cards on MTG Arena from Standard sets from Return to Ravnica and forward. If you’re looking for some deck lists for that, check out our article talking about the event.

Lastly, Tinkerer’s Cube returns to the game from April 15th – 28th, which has the Historic card pool. Cube is always a great. To learn more about the Arena Cube and what cards are in the cube, check out the Arena Cube Details page.

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