Mythgard is preparing to head into Open Beta, will include mobile and PC versions


Currently, Myhtgard is in Early Access while Rhino Games is hard at work on the upcoming and ambitious CCG title, Myhtgard, which takes place in an urban fantasy setting and will be preparing for its official Beta launch on PC and mobile this September.

As summer continues to deliver blistering hot temperatures, Rhino Games is preparing to help is cool off in the shade, help us have some fun, and also deliver one of the most unique CCGs the market has to offer.

Already having been in playable Alpha for quite some time, former Blizzard and Gazillion developers have been hard at work on Mythgard, which features a fully-fleshed out story, unique play styles, and an entirely unique way to how deck building actually works compared to previously established titles such as The Elder Scrolls: LegendsMagic the Gathering: Arena, and Hearthstone.

As part of their goal to deliver a fully-fleshed out experience in their upcoming Beta, which features both PC and mobile versions of the game, Rhino Games has worked closely with their Alpha testers, letting them go hands-on with the game, and having them deliver critical feedback about the game itself.

Starting on September 19th, 2019, the general public will be able to dive on in, experience more than 400 uniquely designed cards, each coming with their very own art, abilities, and sense of depth. Players will also get to enjoy a solo story campaign, draft, and even rank modes if they wish.

Solo play, 1v2, and even 2v2 modes will be available when the game launches in the upcoming weeks. In and around game social features will be included including a spectator mode, replay mode, and a Mythgard Twitch extension for streamers to enjoy. There will also be account accessibility across Steam, iOs, and Android, allowing you to cross-play and cross-progress whenever you decide to play the game.

Even in our hands-on preview, it was stated that, “but even now, in its early stage of development, it’s playable, it’s functional, and honestly – it’s got an easy point of entry that doesn’t just overwhelm you with microtransactions or forces you to pay in order to keep on playing unlike Hearthstone or various other titles on the market. If that’s the way it’ll stay, this game will surely put some heat on its competitor titles thanks to cross-play features that are expected to be available when the game fully launches later this year,” and how surprised we are to actually see the game launching as quickly as it is!

Stay tuned for our upcoming review this September.

About the Writer:


Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the borders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on Twitter or Facebook.


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