Magic The Gathering: Ravnica Remastered Release Date, countdown, and what’s in it

Magic The Gathering: Ravnica Remastered Release Date, countdown, and what’s in it
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Need to know when the Ravnica Remastered set for Magic The Gathering will be released? This remaster from the Masters series is getting fans excited, and everyone is waiting for when it’s available.

The Ravnica Remastered set contains reprints and remasters of fan-favorite cards for everyone. Be sure to check out how to tell the rarity of cards in MTG and the best MTG Commander Decks for more of your favorite card games. But, if you’re just here for the Ravnica Remastered release date, we’ve got all the details you need.

Release Date for Magic The Gathering: Ravnica Remastered

The Ravnica Remastered set will officially be released on January 12, 2024. The set will be released in stores and available online for purchase. You are able to preorder the set through the official website, and can do it from either a local shop or Amazon.

Ravnica Remastered features cards from 13 different sets spanning 16 years. There are cards featuring characters and stories from Ravnica that are beautifully remastered. Whether you’re a long-time player looking to experience some of your favorite cards, or a new player looking to get into the game, the Ravnica Remastered Set is perfect. It’s a special limited-run set, though, so you need to grab it while you can.

Ravnica Remastered Countdown

If you’re too excited about Ravnica Remastered to relax, we have our official countdown right here so you can know exactly how much time is left before the set is released.

What’s in the Ravnica Remastered set?

The Ravnica Remastered set features 291 cards from 13 different sets centered around Ravnica. These sets include:

  • Ravnica: City of Guilds
  • Guildpact
  • Dissention
  • Return to Ravnica
  • Gatecrash
  • Dragon’s Maze
  • Guilds of Ravnica
  • Ravnica Allegiance
  • War of the Spark

The set contains plenty of familiar faces for fans to see, all beautifully remastered. There are several retro frame cards as well, for fans looking for the special border. There are also borderless anime cards available for collectors looking for a more modern and sleek look. Both of these are available through Draft Boosters and Collector Booster packs.

Anime artwork featured in Ravnica Remastered.
Image via Hasbro

Another special treat is the shock lands. All ten of them receive borderless versions available through Collector Booster packs. These rare dual lands were introduced in the Ravnica block and have remained a favorite since. These beautiful borderless cards feature gorgeous artwork to enjoy.

A long time ago…

The world of Ravnica was originally introduced with the release of Ravnica: City of Guilds, all the way back in 2005. Ravnica has been expanded since, with three different blocks of cards.

The set contains ten different guilds and ten color pairs to play the game with, making these cards an expansive set perfect for any player. We unfortunately don’t know about any changes in rarity in the cards yet, but we’ll update this article once more is known.

How many cards are in each pack for Ravnica Remastered?

Each pack contains a certain amount of cards with varying rarities. Here they are broken down by set:

Ravnica Remastered Draft Booster

  • 15 Magic The Gathering cards per booster
  • 1-2 cards of rarity Rare or higher in every pack
  • 3-5 Uncommon cards
  • 9-11 Common cards
  • One Traditional Foil card replaces a Common in 33% of boosters

Ravnica Remastered Draft Booster Display

  • 36 Ravnica Remastered MTG Draft Boosters; 15 Magic The Gathering cards per booster
  • 1-2 cards of rarity Rare or higher in every pack
  • 3-5 Uncommon cards
  • 9-11 Common cards
  • One Traditional Foil card replaces a Common in 33% of boosters

Ravnica Remastered Collector Booster

  • 15 Magic The Gathering cards
  • 4-5 cards of rarity Rare or higher in every pack
  • 3-7 Uncommon cards
  • 4-8 Common cards
  • One Full-Art Land
  • 11 Traditional Foil cards in every pack
  • One Traditional Foil double-sided token

Ravnica Remastered Collector Booster Display

  • 12 Ravnica Remastered Collector Boosters; 15 Magic The Gathering cards
  • 4-5 cards of rarity Rare or higher in every pack
  • 3-7 Uncommon cards
  • 4-8 Common cards
  • One Full-Art Land
  • 11 Traditional Foil cards in every pack
  • One Traditional Foil double-sided token

That’s everything you need to know about the Magic The Gathering: Ravnica Remastered release date. Be sure to check out our Magic The Gathering beginner’s guide if you’re just starting your journey, and how to build a Commander deck if you can’t get enough of the game.