10, Feb, 22

When is the Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty MTG Arena Release Date?

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Today is the day we can finally start brewing and playing with one of Magic: The Gathering’s most anticipated new sets, Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. As is the norm with any new MTG standard set, there is more than one release date to bear in mind.

In this article, we’ll detail what the MTG Arena release date is and what products you can pre-order in anticipation of release day.

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Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty MTG Arena Release Date

Whether you agree with it or not, MTG Arena will be your first chance to play with Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. That is because the release date for the set on MTG Arena is Thursday, 10 February.

Prior to any form of paper release, be it a prerelease or not, Arena is the first chance you’ll have to crack packs and start building decks with the new cards.

The MTG Arena servers are typically updated around 17:00 GMT / 12:00 EST / 09:00 PST on the day of release and a fairly large patch – for Arena’s standards – is released.

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MTG Arena Pre-Orders for Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty

There are three bundles up for pre-order prior to the Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty release date on MTG Arena. The first is the Wanderer Pack Bundle – costing $49.99 – and it includes;

  • 50x Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Booster Packs
  • 1x The Wandering Emperor
  • The Wandering Emperor Card Style

The other major bundle is the Kaito Play Bundle – also costing $49.99 – which includes;

  • Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Mastery Pass
  • 3x Player Draft Token
  • 1x Sealed Token
  • 1x Kaito Shizuki
  • Kaito Shizuki Card Style

Finally, there is the Pompon-chan bundle which is a card style, pet and emotes bundle. This costs 3,000 gems or 15,000 Coins.

All of these bundles may be available for a short time after release, but it’s best to secure them now just in case they disappear sooner than we think.

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