Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast’s timeless trading card game, has turned 30, and it continues to produce cards at a breakneck speed, seemingly unable to run out of creative juice. The Universes Beyond collaborations will now add even more vim to the game, with Wizards of the Coast confirming a number of new collaborations with prominent IPs.
Among those are Fallout, Final Fantasy, Jurassic World, and Assassin’s Creed, all of which are coming to the Universes Beyond line of crossover projects which has already seen The Lord of the Rings and Doctor Who sets introduced to the collectible card game. Wizards of the Coast has outlined its development and deployment schedule throughout 2026, with a set of Commander Decks for Fallout released in March 2024.
Assassin’s Creed is also set to release in 2024, followed by Final Fantasy releases in 2025. The dedicated set will span the full history of the Final Fantasy franchise and series, with the first one appearing back in 1987. Jurassic World will also be featured as the company’s latest releases. Wizards of the Coast will also include a Modern Horizons set in 2024 along with a remastered cards from Ravnica which were introduced in 2005 originally.
Wizards of the Coast’s previous collaborations include IPs such as Transformers, Fortnite, and Warhammer 40,000, all of which have been hailed as successes. Meanwhile, Wilds of Eldraine set is going to release on September 8. Lost Caverns of Ixalan will follow in the fourth quarter of 2023, introducing players to The Lost Caverns of Ixalan.
Ravnica Remastered will be coming in the first quarter of 2024 and Murders at Karlov Manor will also be joining the early first quarter release in 2024. Ravnica: Clue Edition set is also set to arrive at the same time. Then, there is Outlaws of Thunder Junction planned for Q2, 2024, and Modern Horizons set for 2024, but no quarter detailed just yet.
Bloomburrow, a set of anthropomorphic animal friends, is set to arrive in Q3 2024, with Duskmourn: House of Horror set to arrive in Q4, 2024. Assassin’s Creed is set to hit the market in July 2024, and Final Fantasy should arrive in 2025, according to Wizards of the Coast’s current plans. There are a lot of sets codenamed and set for 2026, with the company clearly keeping busy over the past months.