MTG Fallout - All Available Products And Their Contents
Unless you've been living deep underground in a secured vault, you've probably heard that a Magic: The Gathering Fallout set is coming in 2024. If you're a fan of the video game series, you are undoubtedly excited; I know I am. That said, Universes Beyond sets aren't always typical. So, to whet your appetite and prepare everyone for release, I'll cover all available products for the set and what they contain.
I'll discuss each product coming in the set and the non-unique contents you can expect to find in each. Whether you're a Fallout fan checking out MTG for the first time, a Magic player who has to get their hands on the newest cards, or a die-hard fan of both IPs, you'll walk away with a clear idea of which product is best for you.
MTG Fallout Product List
The Fallout MTG crossover set will have Collector Boosters and four Commander Precons. Let's take a look at these, what they contain, and why you should (or shouldn't) buy them.
Fallout Collector Boosters
Collector Boosters have all the fanciest, rarest versions of the Fallout MTG cards. For those of you who want foils, alt-art, alt-frame cards, and V.A.T.S cards, these are the packs for you. Each collector booster display box (pictured above) contains 12 individual booster packs. Each pack includes the following:
- 15 magic cards and 1 Traditional Foil double-sided token in some combination of the following
- 7–14 rares or mythics
- up to 7 uncommons
- up to 5 common
- 1 Land card
Every pack contains 12 cards with a shining foil treatment, including 3–10 Surge foils and 2–9 traditional foils.
|Contains a high number of rare cards with special treatments
|Packs are expensive
Fallout will also have four reconstructed commander decks, known as precons. You can read about the commander and theme for each deck here - Fallout Commander Precons Spoiled. Each Fallout precon will contain the following:
- A 100-card, ready-to-play commander deck (2 traditional foil legendary cards, 98 non-foil cards)
- A Collector Booster Sample Pack that contains:
- 2 Traditional Foil or non-foil special treatment cards
- 1 Extended-Art card of rarity Rare or higher
- 1 alt-art, alt-frame card of rarity Uncommon or higher)
- 1 foil-etched Display Commander (a thick cardstock copy of the commander card with foil etched into the card’s border and art)
- 10 double-sided tokens
- 1 deck box (can hold 100 sleeved cards)
- 1 Life Wheel
- 1 strategy insert
- 1 reference card
|Easy on-ramp to commander
|Doesn't have unique contents
|Has commander reprints
|Geared toward commander players
|Great value-to-cost ratio
There you have it, folks, all available products for the MTG Fallout crossover. It's not quite a complete set like we had with the Lord of the Rings release, but it's more than we got with the Warhammer 40k collab, so that's cool. If you're looking to pick up some Fallout cards when they drop, I hope you found today's article helpful in determining which is best for you. Until next time, stay safe out there in the wasteland.