Magic: The Gathering M

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Magic: The Gathering M or Project M is an upcoming video game in the Magic: the Gathering franchise. It's currently under development by Netmarble, and is a mobile-centric real-time multiplayer battle game.

Official Summary[edit | edit source]

Project M players will get to choose their Planeswalker, modify their deck of creatures and spells, and show off their creativity and strategy as they battle across the planes of the MTG Multiverse. Each creature & Planeswalker will be fully animated as they race across the battlefield to defeat their opponent.

History[edit | edit source]

On February 5, 2018, Wizards of the Coast and South Korean mobile phone giant Netmarble Games announced they were working on Project M, the codename for a new game for smartphones coming sometime in that year.[1] The game is termed a “multiplayer battling game” in which “players show off their creativity and strategy as they battle across the planes of the "Magic: The Gathering Multiverse", and “game avatars will be fully animated as they race across the battlefield to defeat their opponent.” The released video and images look like a multiplayer online battle arena, or MOBA.[2]

Late in 2019, the game still hasn't been released.

About Netmarble[edit | edit source]

Netmarble Games is a game publishing company, which has mobile games including Seven Knights, Raven (Evilbane in the U.S.) and Everybody's Marble. Since 2015, the company has licensed Disney-owned properties to produce games such as Marvel: Future Fight (2015),[3]

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