Magic 2011 in Traditional Chinese

Posted in Feature on June 9, 2010

By Wizards of the Coast

Magic is truly a global phenomenon, and with the Magic 2011 Core Set our favorite game will be printed in ten different languages!

Over its 17-year existence, Magic has been printed in English, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Russian, and Korean (from 1996-1998). Traditional Chinese took a hiatus in 2003, but we are pleased to announce: Beginning in July, Magic will once again be printed in Traditional Chinese for release in Hong Kong and Taiwan! After the addition of Russian in 2005, the return of Traditional Chinese will bring the language count up to ten for the Magic 2011 Core Set, a tie for the most languages a Magic set has been printed in.

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