Innistrad: Crimson Vow Release Cover
25, Nov, 21

When Does Innistrad: Crimson Vow Release

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Innistrad: Crimson Vow is finally here and all products are now available! This follows from the MTG Arena, paper release and prerelease events over the last few weeks. Previews are long over, spooky season is in the rearview mirror and despite Midnight Hunt still very much feeling fresh right now, we’re ready for Crimson Vow to take centre stage.

As you may know by now, Wizards of the Coast has adopted a three-stage release strategy for modern-day Magic sets. With that in mind, here are all the dates you need to know ahead of the Innistrad: Crimson Vow release.

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Innistrad: Crimson Vow Release Dates

Crimson Vow 2021 Release Schedule
Crimson Vow will be the final release of 2021

For MTG’s Vampiric Crimson Vow set, you’ll need to make note of the following three dates;

  • MTG Arena + Magic Online release – 11 November 2021
  • Paper Prerelease – 12 November 2021
  • Full Launch – 19 November 2021

This three-stage strategy has served the last few set releases well. The Paper releases are still being handled differently depending on the circumstances surrounding your LGS. Be sure to support them where possible through pre-orders and contact-free pick-up where possible.

In the event that your LGS store is open to holding prerelease and launch events, be sure to follow any of their guidelines to keep yourself and others safe.

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What Boxed Products Will Be Available?

Everything We Know About MTG’s Innistrad: Crimson Vow – Release Date, Previews & More
The Gothic theme continues in Crimson Vow

There’s no shortage of sealed products to choose from with Magic: The Gathering sets in 2021. Alongside the release of Crimson Vow, the following boxed products will be available. To start, there is the Set Booster Box which has become a popular product since its inception with Zendikar Rising.

For a more traditional choice, you can go with the Draft Booster Box. If you’re chasing the big bucks and big cards, you’ll want to go all out with a Collector Booster Box, which is the most expensive option on offer but also the most rewarding in terms of pulls.

Now for the smaller offerings, which includes the Gift and Regular Bundle. The primary difference between the two being a Collector Booster pack in the Gift Bundle. Finally, the last main boxed product is the 3-Booster Draft Pack. These are perfect for just adding lands and playing with what you pull.

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