Square Enix has shared on their social media pages that the pre-release kits for the next set in the FFTCG, Emissaries of Light, will be delayed by a week. This means that the pre-release kits will launch alongside the main booster on April 15th.
Throughout 2021, the FFTCG was hit with a number of delays due to logistic issues caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, it seems that those issues will continue into 2022. Last month, Square Enix announced that several products would be delayed. Emissaries of Light was pushed back from March 25th to April 15th, with the Custom Starter Set: Final Fantasy X and the 2022 Anniversary Collection also being delayed in North America.
The next set coming to the FFTCG will be Emissaries of Light, which will continue the Crystal mechanic. As always, this set will bring protagonists from many mainline and spin-off Final Fantasy titles, which will allow players to include their favourites characters in their decks. The pre-release kit for this set will include nine Emissaries of Light Booster Packs, an exclusive pre-release promo card and exclusive pre-release sleeves.
After the release of Emissaries of Light next month, collectors and players can look forward to the Rebellion’s Call booster. This set has also been delayed by a week, now releasing on August 15th with the pre-release weekend kicking off on August 6th. Rebellion’s Call will include characters from the Japanese mobile game Before Crisis – Final Fantasy VII. Legacy cards will feature in this set, with popular cards getting the premium full-art treatment.
By looking at all the card reveals for this set, Emissaries of Light is shaping up to be a fantastic set. If you would like to check out all of these cards, check out our articles below –
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Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media
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