Scrolls, the next project from Minecraft developer Mojang, is nearing closed alpha with a new gameplay trailer to show for it. Upcoming plans for the collectible-card strategy game were detailed in a post on the game's website.
The alpha will include multiplayer and single-player matches, as well as a deck builder, which will allow players to choose from the more than 100 cards currently implemented in the game. Scrolls will be made available for purchase after it enters closed beta, for a reduced price and with "added benefits."
Though the alpha will give players a good idea of the game's basic systems, it will not be feature complete. "We will still have a big bag of goodies that we plan to include over time, such as an auction house where you may buy or sell scrolls from each other and additional features in the world such as character customization, items, quests and so on," the blog post states.
Check out the new trailer below for a look at the game's combat and deck-building systems.