Setting our wallets on fire for Final Fantasy related collectibles isn’t nothing new. We’ve all been doing it for years. Today, Square Enix has made that reason even bigger. Today our friends at Square Enix have announced that the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game is headed our way next month with all 426 cards being translated into English.
The downside to this? It won’t be cheap. You’ll want to prepare to set your wallets on fire and walk away knowing that the damage hasn’t even been dealt yet. However, if you want to just play there’s no true damage to be done just yet. So what do you need to know?
If you plan on collecting, it’s not going to cheap. If the game follows on with pricing that we have seen with Trading Card Games such as Magic the Gathering this will set each deck to be priced at $13.99 USD while booster packs could run anywhere between $3.99 USD to $6.99 USD. Luckily for us it’s a fair assumption to how much they’ll run. Downside for you collectors? Each card will have a premium foil counterpart (ouch that has to hurt).
The card game will feature art from Final Fantasy Dissidia, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and even World of Final Fantasy. Don’t be surprised to see characters such as Zidane from Final Fantasy IX to appear.
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