Wizards of the Coast just unveiled Magic: The Gathering Arena. I have to go back and sift through the information again, but it looks like what you would expect from a developer with the biggest card game IP in their pockets who is looking longingly at the success of Hearthstone. Yes, it even looks a little like Heartbstone. So basically, it's trying to be Eternal. Ok, I'm confused at this point but I guess that is what happens when the big boys are trying to play catchup with the innovative upstarts.
It's free to play so I'll absolutely be giving it a go, but I'm an it bummed that they dropped Magic Duels for this. I mean, when you get down to the nuts and bolts, what is the difference other than an attempt at streamlining the game to match its competition? It doesn't take much for MtG to bring me back into the fold, so I hope they stick with this one and don't abandon it (again) a few years down the line for the latest and greatest UI model.