WotC has also provided recommended specifications for the MTG Arena mobile app: the mobile version of MTG Arena will be available on Android and iOS devices from March 25, 2021. Magic: The arena of collections is gaining momentum! We want to give you, the player, the ability to play Magic whenever and wherever you want. A game. An account. Eine Sammlung. More mobile devices will be added, so here`s what you need to know. Yes! Whether you`re playing on PC, macOS, or mobile, logging into your Wizards account gives you access to your collection, complete quests, earn daily winnings, compete against other players, and more, regardless of platform. To install the Magic: The Gathering Arena app, make sure your mobile device meets the minimum system requirements. Of course, some corners need to be cut off to integrate Arena into a mobile app. I already mentioned that some of the extravagant graphics have been shortened, but what other differences are there besides aesthetics? Aside from bugs and glitches that make things fall into oblivion, not so much. The assistants managed to cover most of the devices when they first launched. As I mentioned earlier, when we went through the supported devices and recommended specs, there`s a lot of variety when it comes to mobile devices, so Wizards can`t give us a full list of compatible devices.
It also means that quite a large portion of unnamed Android phones, tablets, etc. can support the MTG Arena app. Wizards has grown a bit since the original announcements and release, and plans to expand MTGA Mobile throughout 2021. There`s a lot going on here and there`s a lot to say, so let`s get started. Arena`s April 2020 state of play mentioned Mobile as a «in concept» project with a handful of details, but essentially confirmed that we wouldn`t get anything until fall 2020. However, they confirmed their intention to publish it this year. We finally had some good things with the Kaldheim event, and then Wizards confirmed the early release in early January. However, if it works, it looks good. I have to admit that they did a good job of getting the pretty look you get in MTG Arena on the mobile version.
Sure, there aren`t as many cool graphical gadgets, but there`s just enough flair to feel like the same game as MTG Arena. With all this, my contribution to this discussion has come to an end. I hope Wizards continues to fix the issues with the mobile version of Arena and maybe expand to more devices. The app certainly requires heavy work from your device, so I don`t have much hope that we`ll ever really see it expand to older or less «advanced» phones. Even though they can theoretically hack it, it`s more about the device`s long-term ability to handle it. It`s time to speculate a little! It`s always fun. When will Arena mobile be available on more devices? On what other devices could it be released? What improvements will we see in the app and what new features could be added in the future? I`ll put bugs and issues aside for a while and focus on the other things we might see from MTG Arena Mobile. Is Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G smartphone supported? It`s NOT on the list, but if it`s Samsung Galaxy 20 Ultra, then I think an even more powerful phone could run the MTG Arena mobile app – but can anyone confirm that it works on the S21 Ultra 5G? Yes! Any Android or iOS mobile device with the recommended specifications is compatible with MTG Arena. See later in this article for more details. For gamers who don`t know what to look for when shopping or are looking for a tablet to install and launch the game, Wizards of the Coast offers a detailed recommendation for the specifications needed for the MTG Arena mobile app.
According to the Wizards for Arena Mobile FAQ, «Everything currently available in MTG Arena is available on MTG Arena Mobile). including all the latest maps, scenery, formats, events, mastery system, direct challenge, deck building, daily offers and more! They also have cross-platform support between PC, Mac and mobile. But it`s just their advertising that speaks. What about what doesn`t work? The MTG Arena mobile app offers all formats, events, deck building, current card games, mastery system and more. If you`re new to MTG, the app also has a tutorial that explains the game mechanics, and you can practice against the AI for some casual games before competing for the ranks. I`d be remiss if I had talked about MTG Arena all the time and hadn`t mentioned Arena Tutor. Maybe it`s just for the desktop version right now, but maybe we`ll expand into the mobile market at some point? Who knows! Certainly not. Important Note: Due to the wide variety and variability of mobile devices, we are unable to provide a complete list of supported devices.
The following is an example of a list of known supported devices assuming the default configuration. Please refer to your phone`s software and system information when checking for compatibility. iOS Update Warning: Requires iOS version 14.1 or later to play MTG Arena. Please update the operating system of your mobile device if you encounter any problems. Players can report bugs or comments about the mobile game to our MTG Arena Feedback Hub. Then, at the NY Toy Fair in February 2020, we received our first real and concrete information: the president and CEO of Wizards hammered home his intention to launch Arena 2020 on mobile. There weren`t really any details, but we got some nice screenshots of the potential interface and what it would look like. In 2018, Reddit threads surfaced to discuss the possibility of Arena moving to mobile devices. The questions would continue about six months later, and then again in June 2019. No one received any answers until a 2019 phone call with Brian Goldner, Hasbro`s president and CEO, revealed they were planning to release Arena for mobile in 2020. They obviously missed the mark a bit, but it was the first official message the community heard on the subject.
ROFL. I just found this www.reddit.com/r/MagicArena/comments/mde2bn/after_seeing_ads_about_mtga_mobile_everywhere/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share, if you need someone to test a more Android-friendly version, love to test it.