Disney Lorcana, the upcoming trading card game, announces the second set’s release date and introduces a brand-new character card.
The second card set’s release date and a new playable card were revealed for the eagerly anticipated trading card game Disney Lorcana. The initial set, Disney Lorcana: The first chapter, which includes Elsa, Stitch, and Captain Hook character cards, will be officially released on August 18 in hobby stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France. On September 1, it will be released in mass-market retail stores.
Disney Lorcana was first shown at D23 last year. In it, players take on the roles of Illumineers, sorcerers, and team up with characters from “The Great Illuminary,” a collection of all Disney songs and stories.
While Action cards apply effects or perform particular actions, the cards feature Disney characters with distinct mechanics and varying levels of power and energy. While players wait for Disney Lorcana, numerous individuals claim that it can compete with other well-known TCGs like Magic: Pokemon and the Gathering game.
GamesRadar reported that Disney Lorcana Set 2 will be available in hobby stores on November 17 and in mass-market retailers on December 1—a few months before the first set’s release. Additionally, Grace Tran’s brand-new Tinker Bell “Tiny Tactician” card was unveiled at Disney Lorcana.
Disney Lorcana Set 2 has not yet been revealed, but based on the upcoming release of Disney Lorcana: The Illumineer’s Trove, a collectible set priced at $49.99, and starter decks priced at $16.99 may be included in the First Chapter. Additionally, the TCG has not revealed the additional cards in the second set.
Disney Lorcana’s upcoming booster packs and sets were praised by a lot of players. Others adore the original artworks of Disney characters on the cards, particularly Tinker Bell’s adorable design, and they hope that Disney Lorcana will include Timon and Pumbaa from The Lion King.
Although Disney Lorcana hasn’t been released yet, creator Ravensberger has already managed to generate a significant amount of hype for the trading card game through its stunning card art and magical backstory that can be found on the game’s official website.
Ravensberger will have a lot of characters and mechanics to choose from for future cards because Disney has a big universe that spans almost 100 years. It might end up being a lot like how Gameloft made Disney Dreamlight Valley, which also has a lot of Disney characters and is updated every month with new features. It is safe to assume that the Disney conglomerate may maintain its presence in the gaming industry.
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