Next year, another new trading card game, Star Wars Unlimited, will come onto the market. Fantasy Flight Games recently revealed the products that will be available in stores at launch. There is also information about the prices of the starter decks and booster packs.
Star Wars Unlimited will be the next big thing in the trading card scene - at least that's what Asmodee and Fantasy Flight Games are hoping for, as they can at least rely on a powerful license for the game. Ravensburger recently proved that such plans can work with the launch of Disney Lorcana. After the failure of Star Wars Destiny, Fantasy Flight Games will still approach the project with the necessary caution; for the card game Unlimited, the publishers are already doing a lot of public relations in advance. New information now shows what fans have to say about the start of Star Wars Unlimited can expect - and how deep they have to dig into their pockets to support the potential hype.
Prices: This is how much a Star Wars Unlimited booster costs
The basic business model of trading card games is quite controversial given the ongoing loot box debates in the games scene. Trading card games often prove to be an expensive pleasure for fans. Anyone who likes the genre and is able to handle their budget responsibly will hardly be bothered by it. Now it is also known that the new Star Wars TCG does not cause any more severe wallet pain than Disney Lorcana does.
According to Fantasy Flight Games, the cost will be from Star Wars Unlimited design as follows:
- Prerelease box: $29,99
- Two-player starter: $34,99
- Booster Pack: $4,99
Fans in this country can also roughly prepare for a price trend. However, depending on availability on the market, the individual products, like Disney Lorcana, could become more expensive - ultimately the publishers only have limited control over that.
What's particularly exciting is this Pre-release box, which will be available in local game stores a week before Star Wars Unlimited officially goes on sale. There will probably be accompanying activities for this. The package contains six boosters, two promo cards and rules and tokens as well as a deck box.
The Two player set With the market launch, it offers two prefabricated decks with 50 cards each and also the other game material and two deck boxes. Also included are “exclusive cards not included in booster packs,” according to Fantasy Flight Games.
A Star Wars Unlimited booster for just under five US dollars contains 16 cards, including at least one rare or legendary card, a leader, a base and a foil card in addition to the common and uncommon cards. You can also find them here particularly rare specimens, such as the hyperspace versions of the cards or the showcase cards.
Star Wars Unlimited After the Star Wars TCG from Decipher, it is the first real trading card game with a classic approach in many years. There will be over 200 cards available at launch with “Spark of Rebellion”. It is currently difficult to predict how well the game will actually be received by fans, but in principle a similar hype to Disney Lorcana is possible. At least the genre and license vaguely suggest success. In addition, the round of Ravensburger's new TCG entry could prove to be a real driving force for the entire genre. Due to its design, Disney Lorcana is seen, among other things, as a good door opener for the trading card game segment.
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