There is a lot to love for everyone in the MTGA February update, which includes some much-requested features for Direct Challenge, improvements to our deck builder

FEBRUARY 14 MTGA Update includes DISCORD INTEGRATION

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There is a lot to love for everyone in the MTGA February update, which includes some much-requested features for Direct Challenge, improvements to our deck builder, and other quality-of-life improvements. Maintenance is currently scheduled for February 14, 2019, at 6 a.m. PT (14:00 UTC) and will last approximately 2 hours. 

DIRECT CHALLENGE: BEST-OF-THREE AND CUSTOMIZATION

we've added some customization alternatives to Direct Challenges. On the Direct Challenge play cutting edge, there is presently a Challenge Options drop-down that enables you to pick the arrangement (best-of-one or best-of-three), just as who goes first. You can pick from Coin Flip (where the diversion arbitrarily figures out who goes first), You Win Coin Flip, or Opponent Wins Coin Flip.For reference, the victor of the coin flip will be on the play in best-of-one and will choosein best-of-three.By default, the choices are set to best-of-one and coin flip, and you'll need to facilitate with your companions

DISCORD INTEGRATION

While we keep on making arrangements for our very own coordinated social features,one of the things we needed to improve bolster the gaming networks our players are as of now a piece of. With this refresh, MTG Arena currently underpins Discord Rich Presence and the capacity to Direct Challenge players through Discord. On the off chance that you have Game Activity empowered, Discord Rich Presence will give progressively point by point status data to your companions—regardless of whether you're deck building, picking your pack 1, pick 1 in Draft, or climbing the stepping stool in Ranked Play. In-diversion, the Direct Challenge sharp edge will include a Discord Challenge alternative

JAPANESE AND KOREAN LOCALIZATION

DIRECT CHALLENGE: BEST-OF-THREE AND CUSTOMIZATION

With these two additions, MTG Arena now supports nine different languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, and Japanese.

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