Final Fantasy TCG Anniversary Collection 2024
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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Anniversary Collection Coming in 2024

Square Enix announced the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Anniversary Collection Set 2024. This huge set will contain 253 curated cards from across the history of the TCG, along with a set of new cards. It will release on February 16, 2024.

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The 2024 Anniversary Collection Set contains a pre-made deck of 50 cards. 41 of these cards will be reissues, along with 9 new PR cards. These will be cards featuring Laguna from Final Fantasy VIII and Zack and Aerith from Final Fantasy VII, each with three variants.

The rest of the set will contain 200 reissued cards from across the trading card game’s history, including 12 legendary cards in both standard and full-art variants. Completing the set are three premium full-art cards of Snow and Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII. The collection will come in a commemorative storage box featuring artwork of Zack, Cloud and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII.

It’s not the first time Square Enix released an Anniversary Collection for the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game. A previous one launched in 2022, also containing 253 cards and a range of reissued cards. While the 2024 set does not currently have a listed price, it’s likely to cost the same amount as the 2022 set, which was $59.99.

The Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Anniversary Collection Set 2024 will be released on February 16, 2024.

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