Magic: The Gathering Arena is now available on mobile

Following a hugely successful launch on PC, Magic: The Gathering Arena, has launched for mobile devices. Available free on both the App Store for iOS devices and Google Play for Android, Magic: The Gathering Arena allows players to take the popular card game with them wherever they go.

The launch on mobile devices includes brand-new touch controls which allow players to both play Magic: The Gathering Arena on mobile and manage their card collection wherever and whenever.

Everything available in Magic: The Gathering Arena is included in the mobile version including card sets, formats, events, deck building and even the most recent set; Kaldheim. By logging in with their Wizards Account, players will have instant access to their existing collection.

Magic: The Gathering Arena

Chris Cao, Executive Producer at Wizards of the Coast said;

“The phenomenal growth and popularity of Magic: The Gathering Arena has been driven by our dedicated community of players and fans – and we couldn’t be more grateful for their passion and support as we continue to evolve the brand to new platforms and experiences.

Today’s launch of MTG Arena on mobile and tablet devices marks a very important step to bringing the game of Magic to everyone, anywhere, any way they want to play.

Magic: The Gathering Arena is available now free on iOS and Android and is also available for PC.

Leo Stevenson
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