11 Oct 2019 11:43 AM +00:00 UTC

Magic: The Gathering Game Night & Throne of Eldraine Gift Edition Revealed

Following the release of the new Magic: The Gathering expansion, Throne of Eldraine, last week, Wizards of the Coast has announced supplemental new MTG products during Thursday's livestream including Game Night, the Throne of Eldraine Holiday Bundle, Unsanctioned, and a mystery MTG product that will be introduced at MagicFest Richmond a few weeks from now.

Game Night

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Last year, Wizards released Game Night, a ready-to-play MTG box set designed for new players interested in Magic. There's a new 2019 version that will contain similar contents found in last year's, with the addition of five new foil "face cards". The product is made for casual multiplayer gameply, and the cards can't be used in sanctioned tournament play. Players can choose one of the five preconstructed decks that they can use to play against friends, and each deck has a foil "face card" that's meant to be a finsiher.

Here's what each copy of Game Night contains:

Five 60-card decks
Five spindown life counters
Five life counter cardboard platforms
Twenty +1/+1 cardboard life counters
Fifteen double-sided tokens
Five rules reference cards
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One Magic Game Night rule book
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Credit: Wizards of the Coast

Throne of Eldraine Gift Edition

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The holidays are approaching so Wizards of the Coast is also planning to release a new Throne of Eldraine Gifts Edition bundle that contains Standard-legal cards. The holiday bundle comes with a "Piper of the Swarm" alternate-art foil, an oversized purple life counter, 10 regular Throne of Eldraine booster packs, 20 regular basic lands, 20 foil basic lands, and 1 Throne of Eldraine Collector's booster.

Both the Throne of Eldraine Gift Edition and the Game Night 2019 Edition will be released on November 15.

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