Planeswalker Cards

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Now that some planeswalkers have 2 different versions of themselves, my question is are you allowed to include one of each version in your deck?
You can have up to 4 of each in your deck (assuming they're legal in the format you're playing).

If two planeswalkers with the same planeswalker type are on the battlefield simultaneously, however, all of these are put in their owner's graveyard. You can't keep two Jaces on the battlefield even if they're different Jaces.
Now that some planeswalkers have 2 different versions of themselves, my question is are you allowed to include one of each version in your deck?

You can have up to 4 of any card in your deck, as identified by it's name (provided the card is legal in the chosen format of course). For example, you can have 4x Ajani Goldmane, 4x Ajani Vengeant, and 4x Ajani, Caller of the Pride all in the same Modern deck.

Note, however, that the planeswalker-uniqueness rule checks planeswalker types, not names. If there is a Jace Beleren and a Jace, Architect of Thought on the battlefield simultaneously, both are put into their owner(s)' graveyard(s).
Thank You just wanted to check.