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7, May, 21

Modern Horizons 2 and Dungeons & Dragons Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Delayed

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As announced by Wizards of the Coast, Modern Horizons 2 and Dungeon & Dragons Adventures in the Forgotten Realms releases will be delayed by a week.

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Modern Horizons 2 Release and Previews Delayed

As mentioned by Wizards of the Coast earlier today, Modern Horizons 2 previews and release will be delayed by a week. Previews will begin on May 24 with release expected to drop on June 18.

Modern Horizons 2 is the upcoming MTG set focusing on introducing the set introduces new cards into Modern and other eternal formats without them being legal in Standard.

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Unlike Modern Horizons 1, Modern Horizons 2 will feature Set, Draft, and Collector Boosters for the first time in a supplemental set. There will also be a pre-release for the set which is a first for supplemental sets such as these.

Earlier today, we saw the packaging for Modern Horizons 2 drop on Amazon.jp which suggests the return of Dakkon Blackblade with a reboot. It’ll be exciting to see what the Legends card does in the upcoming set.

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Dungeons & Dragons Adventures in the Forgotten Realms Release Delayed

That wasn’t all that was announced, D&D Adventures in the Forgotten Realms‘ release is also delayed by a week. With release date expecting to drop on July 23 instead of the original July 16 date.

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Replacing the usual Core Set this year, D&D Adventures in the Forgotten Realms will be the first crossover set in Magic‘s history. Although it won’t follow the Magic multiverse canonically, there’s a lot of potentials to see unique D&D items and characters feature within the set. Such as back in Core Set 2020, we saw Bag of Holding feature as a nod to the popular tabletop RPG.

Either way, it’s pretty exciting to see how these to sets will shape up Magic: The Gathering’s future going forward.

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