Magic Duels: Origins for PC
PC - Windows

Magic Duels: Origins

Jul 29, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Stainless Games
Content Rating: Rating pending


Jump into the action right away using the Skill Quest tutorial system, new to Magic Duels. Fast-paced, interactive tutorials teach you gameplay quickly and easily—just like learning from a friend.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 8/7 (XP not supported)
  • Processor: 2GHz CPU (Pentium 4 or equivalent)
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB DirectX 11.0 compatible video card with Pixelshader 3.0 support
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 11.0 compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: 1GB RAM (2GB for Windows 7)

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Nick TanJul 16, 2015
Magic Duels: Online reforms the Duels of the Planewalker series with an approachable, free-to-play edition that serves as a fertile platform for all future MTG games. It has issues with an awkward difficulty curve, a Deck Wizard that can't be fully edited, and a limited number of cards, but the freemium microtransaction model is non-intrusive and, with effort, you can collect all of the cards without paying a dime.
Caitlin CookeJul 31, 2015
Those new to Magic will find it easy to dive in and learn the intricacies of deck-building, while more experienced players should finally have the customization and card variety they’ve been asking for. Nothing beats the real thing (playing in person) for a lot of expert Magic players; however, I feel like this is a big step in the right direction.
Daniel TackJul 22, 2015
Magic Duels is the best implementation of the Duels of the Planeswalkers series yet, with great deckbuilding options that can pull together themed decks in mere moments and cool incentives to experiment outside your comfort zone. If you’re a new player looking to learn Magic: The Gathering, Magic Duels is the best place to start. If you’re a seasoned veteran, the way the game uses rarity restrictions to create a unique environment make it an attractive alternative for some duels.