Magic: The Gathering Animation PV by WIT Studio and Maxilla

Anime games are popular among anime fans. Of these games, trading card games are even more fun. Not only do we learn more about different characters, but also make a lot of friends while playing trading card games. Trading Card Games, popularly known as Collectable Card Games, is a type of game where players build their library by collecting different guards through boosts or by trading cards with each other. Most cards are collected using and considering strategic moves.

Magic: The Gathering, or Magic, is a card game that was the first card game to introduce this idea. It was created by Richard Garfield. Magic: The Gathering has been around since 1993 and improves with each new version. It has a set of rules that players must adhere to, but these rules keep changing with new updates. Recently an animation PV was released by WIT Studio and maxilla inc. to celebrate the release of a new set called Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty.

MGT Animated Trailer for Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty:

The trailer was released by WIT Studio in collaboration with maxilla inc. was to welcome the new set of the Trading Card Game, which will be released on February 18th. WIT Studio is one of the famous anime studios that has worked on many successful projects. They are responsible for animating the first 3 seasons of Attack on Titan, Ranking of the Kings, Seraph of the End, Vinland Saga and Kabanari of the Iron Fortress. Maxilla Inc. is famous for his work on motion graphics and the visual design for Darling in the Franxx and The Promised Neverland.

The trailer for Magic: The Gathering from the aforementioned studios is almost like a music video for the new set. Though recently released, this trailer is loved by many fans who now wish for an anime. This cinematic trailer is 3 minutes and 36 seconds long and has the song “Scratch” in the background making it look like a music video with a story. The song is sung by Toru Kitajima, better known as TK, of the band Ling tosite sigure with Koshi Inaba. TK is known for his vocals for Tokyo Ghouls opening the theme songs “Unravel” and “Katharsis”.

The story of the cinematic trailer:

This set combines the old story with the contemporary Kamigawa. It introduces us to the characters in a neo-noir era with cyberpunk aesthetics. It introduces us to Kaito Shizuki, a character who has been searching for the missing Emperor of Kamigawa for 10 years. He then encounters dangers and must fight his way through. Suddenly, an emotional reunion takes place that lasts only moments.

Commemorative illustration from WIT Studio:

Along with the cinematic trailer, Ebisu Takuma the Animation Director of WIT Studio. This illustration beautifully shows off the character design for Kaito and the Emperor of Kamigawa with shades of electric blue in the background.

Emperor of Kamigawa and Kaito Shizuki’s Illustration

Is Magic: The Gathering getting an anime?

Yes and no, Magic: The Gathering will not get an anime but an animated series. However, WIT Studios will not be animating the series. In 2019, the Russo Brothers announced that they would be adapting Magic: The Gathering into an animated series to be distributed by Netflix. The brothers are eager to work on this project as they are fans of this collectible card game themselves. With the announcement, an artwork was released.

animated series Magic: The Gatehring
Netflix’s Artwork for the upcoming animated series Magic: The Gathering

In addition, Netflix teased fans with 3D characters of the models of the character Gideon who will be played by Brandon Routh.

In August 2021, it was announced that the anime will air at the end of 2022. It will mainly focus on the bond between the characters Gideon and Jace. The animation is still in progress and there are still updates to look forward to. With the release of the cinematic trailer and anticipation of updates from the production team, Magic: The Gathering could be the next best anime to quickly gain popularity.

Also Read: Magic: Top 10 Strongest Cards in Clash Royale (February 2022)


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