Here's every error the MTG Arena team is working on.
One of the largest Magic: The Gathering Arena updates in the digital card game’s history has caused more than a few headaches and bugs within the system.
Uploaded on Aug. 24, the “major backend” update for MTG Arena did not go as smoothly as Wizards of the Coast had hoped. The patch was initially scheduled to take place on Aug. 10 but moved to Aug. 24, providing the MTGA team with additional time to work out kinks. Resolution towards solving these issues began today with a fix to the “error uploading data” message players received upon logging into MTG Arena.
According to WotC, the uploading data error is resolved via “fully relaunching the game client.” WotC also produced a “known issue list” for the backend MTG Arena update containing a total of 16 issues the team is aware of and working on.
As repairs continue, WotC has asked players to “contact MTG Arena support” with any found issues. The scheduled Jumpstart: Historic Horizons update on Aug. 26 is still expected to take place, according to WotC.
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