Wizards of the Coast will begin printing Magic: the Gathering in Korean starting with the Magic 2012 Core Set. With the addition of Korean, this marks the largest amount of languages that Magic: the Gathering has been printed in at once – eleven.
Magic: the Gathering is printed in the following languages:
- Chinese Traditional
- Chinese Simplified
Magic: the Gathering has appeared in Korean before, for the Visions and Tempest expansion sets, however Wizards of the Coast halted production in the Korean language.
According to Monty Ashley:
“The Magic 2012 Core Set will launch in Korean on October 14. Innistrad will also be in Korean a little bit later than the other languages, but Dark Ascension will be in Korean on February 3 along with all the other langauges. And then we’ll have a simultaneous eleven-language global release from then on. It’s very exciting!”
What language do you prefer to see your Magic: the Gathering cards in?
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