Unfinity release date pushed back to latter half of 2022


Ongoing supply chain issues have caused Wizards of the Coast to push back the launch date for Unfinity.

Citing ongoing supply chain issues and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Wizards of the Coast has pushed back the release date of the next "Un-" set, Unfinity, until the latter-half of 2022.

The company made it clear that, at this point, no other upcoming Magic: The Gathering release is being delayed.

"This delay is specific to Unfinity, and we'll have more information to share in the coming months," they say in a statement.  "We greatly appreciate your understanding as we work toward our updated release timing and the wacky excitement Unfinity brings."

Unfinity was originally scheduled for release on April 1, 2022.  

Magic: The Gathering's next major release, Innistrad: Double Feature, is scheduled to come out Jan. 28.  The game's next "premier" release is Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, which is due out Feb. 18.

Barry White

Barry White is a longtime Magic: The Gathering player, having started in 1994 shortly before the release of 'Fallen Empires.' After graduating from the University of Nevada, Reno, he went on to a 15-year journalism career as a writer, reporter, and videographer for three different ABC affiliate newsrooms.