The soft launch of Magic: Legends doesn’t mean the game isn’t still in testing, and a new letter from executive producer Steve Ricossa to the community is all about the work still being done to bring the game through its current beta phase. Progress is being made on the game’s performance issues and bug fixes, with a large number of fixes and tweaks promised for the game’s mid-April update, something that is approaching with alacrity as we approach… well, the middle of April.
Ricossa also notes that the game is going to make it easier to move quickly through some of the tutorial stages so players can start getting into the meat of the game faster. There will also be unlocks of a full 12-card starter deck for each class that is unlocked through normal play or bought in the shop, so players will be starting out with a more exhaustive arsenal (and these awards are retroactive for classes already unlocked). Check out the full letter for a few more details on how the team is working to ensure that the game keeps moving closer to a proper full launch.