New Disney Lorcana Early Access Drops This Friday

Art of Milo Thatch, King of Atlantis from the Disney Lorcana TCG expansion Into the Inklandss
Credit: Disney/ Ravensburger

Art of Milo Thatch, King of Atlantis from the Disney Lorcana TCG expansion Into the Inklandss
Credit: Disney/ Ravensburger

Disney Lorcana has been improving dramatically ever since its launch back in August 2023. At that time, the game was already an enjoyable and competent TCG and it had only been getting since then. Each new set helps add more layers to the game, creating new exciting decks and even combos!

Continuing this trend is Into the Inklands, the next Disney Lorcana release on the horizon. Set to launch on February 23rd, the early access release of this Lorcana set is just a day away!

Into the Inklands brings a few cool things into the card game. First of all, we're getting three new franchises in the game with representation across a few different cards: Ducktales, TaleSpin, and Treasure Planet.

While these franchises perhaps aren't the most popular titles amongst the almost endless army of Disney IP, they're nonetheless deeply loved by fans. With this in mind, it's nice to see some of the lesser-known films and shows getting their Lorcana debut.

You'll be able to grab the new cards, packs, and decks from your local game store, and also from some Disney Parks and online retailers too. We're not sure how many people are going to Disneyland to grab Lorcana cards, but more power to you.

Along with over 200 new cards across the two brand-new starter decks and packs, the set also introduces a brand-new card type as well; Locations. Shockingly, these new cards depict different locations from amongst the pantheon of Disney shows and films and cost a certain amount of ink to play. Once in play, some locations have passive effects, while some locations can be activated by different cards.

You'll have to pay to move any of your characters onto a location, but each one also generates lore each turn anyway. They're a fun new addition to the game that should help add a new dimension to a lot of existing decks, as well as create entirely new strategies that were simply not possible beforehand. Of course, it'll take some time to get to grips with that on the competitive front, but we're excited to see how it all pans out.

If you're going to be grabbing this Lorcana set once early access starts, make sure you keep an eye out for some of the heavy-hitting new cards, like Morph from Treasure Island, and good luck with your pulls.

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