Wizards of the Coast has announced the new Magic: The Gathering remastered set coming to MTG Arena, Kaladesh Remastered. In the September 2020 State of the Game, WotC has confirmed that Kaladesh Remastered, a compilation of cards from the 2016 set Kaladesh and the 2017 set Aether Revolt, is coming to digital card game by the end of the year.
This is quite surprising since Wizards revealed that they were working on Pioneers Masters first, so it looks like they're pushing that back to focus on releasing Kaladesh Remastered first.
Wotc talked about how Amonkhet Remastered exceeded their expectations. "One of the biggest takeaways from Amonkhet Remastered was how players chose to interact with the set and add cards to their collection," Wizards said. "Based on our Historic formats, roughly the same amount of people who play Constructed Historic purchased Amonkhet Remastered packs through the in-game store. Math checks out. What surprised us was how many players participated in Amonkhet Remastered Draft and Sealed events, which greatly exceeded our expectations and blurred the line between Historic and Standard players."
Kaladesh introduced innovative mechanics like Energy and Vehicles, and I'm excited to play with those cards on Arena again. They probably won't include the Felidar Guardian + Saheeli Rai combo that broke the Standard meta before, but it would be fun if they release both cards in the remastered set.
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