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Core Set 2020, Free Boosters, & Mastery System Come to Magic: The Gathering Arena

Core Set 2020, Free Boosters, & Mastery System Come to Magic The Gathering Arena
Wizards of the Coasts’ hugely popular digital adaptation of Magic: The Gathering, MTG Arena, recently welcomed the digital launch of the highly anticipated Core 2020 (M20) set alongside a wealth of exciting changes and new features.

Sticking with tradition, Core sets are sets released each year that are designed to appeal to newer players using more simplified cards and lesser complex keywords. M20 is now available in-game as both prizes and via boosters. Don’t forget to claim your free booster packs with the in-game code “PLAYM20”.

Accompanying the release of the M20 Core set is the introduction of a battlepass style system, Mastery For a seasonal fee players can earn additional rewards when completing daily quests and daily win objectives. As players complete more objectives they will increase in level to earn better rewards. A free version of Mastery is also available, although the rewards are more limited. Be sure to use the in-game code “LevelUp” for a boost to get you started.

There’s tons more to get excited about in Arena’s latest patch including the introduction of the London Mulligan Rule, new sleeves, bundles, and new event rewards. For the full lowdown, check out the official patch notes.

Source: Press Release
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