March of the Machine Release Date: What Will Happen in This Movie?
Despite the fact that March of the Machine is not the next premier set on the horizon, this future set has already generated considerable curiosity. March of the Machine, as the climactic conclusion of the current Phyrexian Arc, promises a story unlike any other.
While few facts are now accessible, what we do know is, to say the least, extremely fascinating. Despite the absence of official information, MTG players continue to speculate eagerly about what’s to come. Hence, despite the lack of information from Wizards, there are numerous rumors to appreciate.
Following this little introduction, here is all you need to know about the forthcoming March of the Machine set.
Release Date of March of the Machine
As you might have come to expect, March of the Machine will be released on a fairly typical MTG schedule. This means that there will be Pre-release events for a week before the set comes out in the paper form. Due to a recent change, March of the Machine cards will be legal in all formats after Prerelease events, not on the official release date for tabletop. After Phyrexia: All Will Be One Prerelease, this change will take place.
Here are all the official dates that have been announced so far!
|Story||March 16 to 19|
|Spoiler Season||March 29 to April 4|
|Prerelease Events||April 14 to April 20|
|Digital Release||April 18 (via MTG Arena and MTGO)|
|Global Launch||April 21, 2023|
What Will Be The Story of March of the Machine?
Wizards of the Coast hasn’t said much about the story of March of the Machine yet. In the end, this isn’t surprising since the set isn’t coming out for a few more months, and the story of Phyrexia: All Will Be One hasn’t been told yet. What we do know is that the intense Phyrexian Arc will end with the main set and the March of the Machine: The Aftermath set. Wizards say that “everything in the multiverse is coming together for this one last epic battle.”
Even though we don’t know much about the set, what we do know has led the MTG community to make a lot of wild guesses. Recently, MTG players on Reddit came up with a lot of crazy ideas about March of the Machine after Lead Designer Mark Rosewater gave them a hint.
Officially, these crazy ideas are all just that: ideas. But it looks like the Phyrexian world tree, Realmbeaker, will tear the fabric of the MTG multiverse apart, which could cause planes to crash into each other.
March of the Machine: The Aftermath
Wizards of the Coast seems to want to stress one thing about this set above all else: March of the Machine has consequences. So many, in fact, that it looks like a separate Standard-legal set is needed to cover them all.
This is March of the Machine: The Aftermath, a “micro set” that will come out on May 12, 2023. It will be sold in “collector boosters” and “five-card epilogue boosters.” The most important thing to know about this set is that it is smaller and doesn’t have any Common cards. It only has Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic cards. The WPN website says in a cryptic way that players will “Rebuild the Multiverse while building up your collection.”
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So far, only The Kenriths’ Royal Funeral from Aftermath has been shown. Will and Rowan’s parents have died. This will probably have some effect on the MTG Wilds of Eldraine set that will be released later this year.
March of the Machine: The Aftermath’s important release dates
|March 1||Story for March of the Machine: The Aftermath is released|
|May 1||March of the Machine: The Aftermath is released (no spoilers)|
|May 2-3||March of the Machine: The Aftermath spoilers are released|
|May 12||Global launch of March of the Machine: The Aftermath|
March of the Machine Mechanics
We now know a little bit more about how MTG March of the Machine works. Battles, a new type of card, was first shown on the Atraxa card in the All Will Be One set. Not a subtype like Sagas, but an entirely new type of card, like Planeswalkers.
We still don’t know much about them, but we do know that Battles are two-sided cards and that one will be in every March of the Machine pack. Wizards have shown us art for a cycle of “Invasion” cards, so it’s possible we’ve already seen these.
March of the Machine will be released on a typical MTG schedule, with Pre-release events for a week before the official release date. The story is unknown, but it looks like the Phyrexian world tree, Realmbeaker, will tear the fabric of the MTG multiverse apart. March of the Machine: The Aftermath is a micro set that will be sold in collector boosters and epilogue boosters, with Uncommon, Rare, and Mythic cards.
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