Epic Card Game plays very similarly to Magic: The Gathering. The big difference is the number of cards for Epic is much lower than for Magic. This allows players to stay on a much more even playing field, as you don’t need to dump hundreds of dollars into a deck, only to be competitive for a few months until some cards become too old for standard.
Just like White Wizard Games’ Star Realms before it, Epic is now getting a digital version to play on the go. What’s even more surprising is this could be one of the fastest turnarounds for a Kickstarter project. If you pledge at the $25 or above tier, you’ll be getting access to Epic Digital’s alpha starting next month.