The newest Yu-Gi-Oh booster packs might not be out when people expect, as there could be a The Grand Creators cards delay. The official Twitter account for the game announced people might not find the packs as expected in North America. They are supposed to appear in stores on January 28, 2022. However, winter storms could keep them from arriving on time.
Here’s the official announcement. For reference, winter storms hit multiple areas across the country.
As a result of severe weather conditions across North America, shipments for The Grand Creators may be delayed for some distributors and retailers.
We are working with all of our partners to ensure product becomes available as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience.
— Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG (@YuGiOh_TCG) January 25, 2022
As noted by Konami, there are 60 cards in this new Yu-Gi-Oh booster set. There will be 35 rares, 15 collector’s rares, 15 super rares, and 10 ultra rares. The 2020 Create-A-Card Project winner Zektrike Kou-ou will also be a part of this set.
In the meantime, a new Yu-Gi-Oh game launched on multiple platforms. The free-to-play Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel is live.
The Yu-Gi-Oh The Grand Creators cards are expected to appear in stores on January 28, 2022.