The news may not come as a surprise to most of the fans at this point when there is a number of games that are getting their updates delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
All the fans should know that the mobile version of the popular game, Magic: The Gathering Arena gets a delay.
Today, Hasbro did reveal that the upcoming and new mobile version of the Magic: The Gathering Arena game has been officially delayed to 2021. Yes, the popular free-to-play digital card game will now be scheduled for its release in the next year.
It is sure that the Magic: The Gathering Arena game has no explicit release date earlier and now the Wizards of the Coast is informing all the players and fans that the release date of the Magic: The Gathering Arena will be expected in 2021.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner did manage to fill in fans and gamers on the current whereabouts of the game saying, “To further long-term growth, we are investing to drive digital gaming experiences for Wizards of the Coast brand.”
He continues, Magic: The Gathering Arena will launch on mobile in early 2021 as we fine-tune the game this year.”
It is sure that the game will be doing very well for the company as most of the players will definitely love to play the game. You must know that Magic: The Gathering Arena will be capable enough to deliver strong third-quarter results as well as revenue.
Goldner says, “Magic: The Gathering delivered strong third-quarter results and revenue was up double digits for the first nine months of the year.”
He also added, “The release of Double Masters and Zendikar Rising drove the year-over-year gains in the quarter, including growth in analog and digital play.”