This season’s Magic Pass then will have its usual variety of rewards on offer such as Level Boost Vouchers, a Skin selector, an Emoji and Player icon among other goodies. There will also be a skin available for the Planeswalker Tezzeret that’s inspired by the Tezzeret the Schemer card from Magic: The Gathering.
Netmarble has also introduced hybrid multicolor cards for the first time since the game launched earlier this year. These cards will have two colours which means that they can be used in a deck that matches either of them, giving them a little more flexibility than some other cards.
All three of the new cards that have been added in the latest update are of this variety. They include:
- Oona, Queen of the Fae – Blue/Black
- Regisaur Alpha – Red/Green
- Good-Fortune Unicorn – White/Green
Elsewhere, the developers have also added a new Color Strategy Tutorial to Magic: ManaStrike. This is designed to help players learn how to build decks using White, Black and Blue cards and the different ways you can utilise them. There will be 5 different strategies to learn from it.
Finally, there have also been some changes to Event Mode, specifically when it comes to getting Planeswalkers. Players will now be able to buy them with a currency that can only be collected by taking part in Event Mode called Event points.
Magic: ManaStrike is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.
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