Disney’s upcoming trading card game (TCG), Lorcana, has shared a series of exciting new details, including an official release date, new artwork, starter deck details, and more.
- August 3-6, 2023 – Select products available for Gen Con attendees
- August 18, 2023 – Local game store (LGS) launch
- September 1, 2023 – Retail launch
The First Chapter Details
Lorcana’s first set – The First Chapter – will have over 200 playable cards, available in English, French, and German languages. These cards can be collected through booster packs, starter decks, bundles, and more. You can view a breakdown of the revealed products below.
Each Lorcana booster pack will include the following:
- Twelve (12) total cards
- 6 common cards
- 3 uncommon cards
- 2 rare, super rare, or legendary cards
- 1 foil card
- Three unique Starter Decks
- Each 60 card deck will feature two ink combinations.
- Amber and Amethyst – Sorcerer Mickey x Moana
- Emerald and Ruby – Cruella x Aladdin
- Steel and Sapphire – Princess Aurora x Simba
- Each starter deck comes with one (1) booster pack
- Each starter deck comes with foil versions of the two face cards
- Eleven (11) game tokens
The Illumineer’s Trove is a collectible bundle which will include:
- Eight (8) booster packs
- Two (2) deck boxes
- A player’s guide,
- A Themed storage box
- Fifteen (15) Game tokens
Mulan and Hades Gift Set
Featuring Mulan – Imperial Soldier and Hades – King of Olympus, the Gift Set will include:
- Four (4) booster packs
- Two (2) foil game cards
- Two (2) oversized foil cards
- Thirty-four (34) Game tokens
- Card Sleeves
- Matte finish, 65-count
- First sleeves will feature art of Captain Hook, Elsa, and Mickey Mouse
- Deckboxes will hold 80 cards and will feature Captain Hook, Elsa, and Mickey Mouse
- Space for 64 regular cards plus eight oversized cards
- Featured artwork will be Stitch and The Queen
- Featured artwork will be Maleficent, Maui, and Mickey Mouse
While we await Lorcana’s official gameplay reveal this spring, be sure to check out the already previewed cards, and study up with our article detailing deckbuilding, mechanics speculation, ink alignments, and more below.
Read the original article from IGN.