Magic: Legends Gameplay, Classes, Customization, Spells, Deck Building & Monetization Overview

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Magic: Legends Gameplay, Classes, Customization, Spells, Deck Building & Monetization Overview
In this Magic Legends Preview, Everything We Know About Magic Legends video, I’ll be covering all that I have seen in my recent playtest session with the Executive Producer of Magic Legends Stephen Ricossa, as well as things I have learned in Q & A with the dev team afterwards. Stephen was even gracious enough to walk me through the entire Magic Legends store, and explain their business model to me, so if you’re looking for information on that as well then you’ve come to the right place. I’ll be publishing my full impressions a few days from now, after I’ve had more time to play the game, so stay tuned for that.


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0:00 - Magic Legends Preview
1:13 - Magic Legends Deck Building
4:09 - Classes and Customization
7:06 - Monetization and Store
9:52 - Final Thoughts

If you have not heard of Magic Legends before it is a Free-2-Play Online Action-RPG set in the Magic the Gathering universe, releasing on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 later this year. Magic the Gathering is a popular card game which has been around since 1993 and is owned by Wizards of the Coast. Having played MTG myself since 1995, I have been eagerly awaiting this game since it was first announced. An RPG based on MTG has never been done before to my knowledge, at least not successfully, so Magic Legends has some ground to break. I have a feeling many fans of the card game are dying to know more, so let’s jump into the mechanics that help Magic Legends stand apart from other ARPGs, before we get into the monetization.

Magic Legends is shaping up to be a solid ARPG in a genre that desperately needs good games. Many recent ARPGs have come and gone quite rapidly, leaving many players with the same options they’ve had for the past decade. Magic Legends looks like it might shake things up a bit, not only because it’s Free-2-Play, but also because Magic the Gathering has a huge fanbase, and they’ve never attempted anything like this before.

In the Magic Legends Store players can purchase Featured items, the Battlepass, Booster Packs, Classes and cosmetics, as well as other Boosters that increase the speed at which you gain Experience or Currency. You can also purchase more Character Slots, Costume Slots, Loadout Slots, and Character Renaming. I’ve been told that all content in the game is free to play, meaning that you won’t need to pay to play certain Missions or areas of the game.

Should you wish to purchase things in the Store you will need a Currency called ZEN, which can be purchased from the game directly. Each ZEN is worth 1 real world United States penny, so if something costs 1000 ZEN then it costs 10 USD. This makes it very easy to decide if something is worth the money for you or not.

Additionally, players can sell anything they buy from the Store via the in-game auction house, called the Consignment Broker. This allows players to acquire things found in the Store with in-game Currency, if they do not wish to spend real money.

Note that the Beta begins on the 23rd of March, and is really an Early Access that will run up until the full launch of the game, so any progress you make and anything you acquire in-game or via the Store will not be wiped.

Time will tell if Magic Legends ends up being an actual contender that can hang in there with Path of Exile, Diablo 3, and Grim Dawn or if its just another crash grab F2P game that comes and goes in the blink of an eye. But one thing is for sure, it better make its mark in a hurry, because with Diablo 2 Resurrected coming out later this year, it doesn’t have long. I for one, am cautiously optimistic.

If you want to hear my thoughts on the game, stay tuned for my Impressions Article coming in just a few days, and if you’re interested in checking out the game then sign up for the Beta on the official website since it begins on March 23rd. We are also partnering with Perfect World on the Official Wiki for the game, so make sure you bookmark this for all your Beta needs! And if you still have questions, make sure to drop by our Twitch channel on the 22nd, as we’ll be live streaming the game.

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