We’re fast approaching 2022 and for many players, a brand new Compilation Set might be no big deal but Innistrad: Double Feature looks to change this opinion. This brand new set will bring an incredibly unique look to some already released cards making them that much cooler. However, early signs suggest that its draft-ability is a little… messy.
Here’s everything you need to know about Innistrad: Double Feature, how to get your hands on it and why you should care about it!
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LATEST – Release Date Confirmed
We now have a confirmed release date of Friday, 28 January 2022 for Double Feature. This incredible draft product was showcased once more during the Innistrad: Crimson Vow live stream.
What is Double Feature?
Innistrad: Double Feature is a compilation set meaning no brand new cards are being released. Instead, they are all re-released with brand new art. The Masters sets are prime examples of this including Double, Iconic and Modern.
What makes this new set so unique is that the art will take inspiration from Classic black and white horror movies. If you’re unfamiliar with the era then we’re talking Nosferatu, Night of the Living Dead, and Werewolf of London.
Both Midnight Hunt and Crimson Vow take inspiration from these movies so it’s nice to see Double Feature acknowledge this. We can’t wait to see how creature features are used for card art and they’re sure to be highly collectable!
When Will it be Released?
It was recently announced that Double Feature will release on January 28th 2022. We knew that it was likely to be early 2022 because both Midnight Hunt and Crimson Vow were due beforehand. Crimson Vow is the last set of any kind to be released in 2021.
It will only be available as a Draft Booster Box with no single packs available. The product will also only be available in WPN local game stores with no planed online release. This release strategy just adds to the collectability of the cards which will are believed to only be available for a limited run (subject to change)
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