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The Pokémon Company International has announced that the new Pokémon TCG: Shining Fates expansion will release next month.

This special expansion has taken inspiration from the Hidden Fates expansion and will introduce more than 100 Shiny Pokémon on etched cards.

It will include nine Shiny Pokémon V, seven Shiny Pokémon VMAX like the highly collectible Shiny Charizard in its Gigantamax form, and three Amazing Pokémon, which each feature “a Legendary or Mythical Pokémon illustrated with vividly rainbow backgrounds that extend outside of the frame.”

Cards from the Pokémon TCG: Shining Fates expansion will be available in the following products:

  • Shining Fates Elite Trainer Box (available February 19, 2021): Includes 10 Shining Fates booster packs, one foil promo card featuring Eevee VMAX, and various gameplay accessories
  • Shining Fates Tins (available February 19, 2021): Includes six Shining Fates booster packs and one foil promo card featuring Eldegoss V, Boltund V, or Cramorant V
  • Shining Fates Collection—Pikachu V (available February 19, 2021): Includes four Shining Fates booster packs, as well as one foil promo card and one foil oversize promo card featuring Pikachu V
  • Shining Fates Mad Party Pin Collections (available February 19, 2021): Includes three Shining Fates booster packs; one foil promo card featuring Bunnelby, Dedenne, Galarian Mr. Rime, or Polteageist; and one corresponding pin
  • Shining Fates Mini Tins (available March 5, 2021): Includes two Shining Fates booster packs and one metallic coin
  • Shining Fates Premium Collections (available March 5, 2021): Includes seven Shining Fates booster packs; one foil promo card featuring either Shiny Crobat V or Shiny Dragapult V; one foil promo card and one foil oversize promo card featuring either Shiny Crobat VMAX or Shiny Dragapult VMAX; and one corresponding metallic coin

The Pokémon TCG: Shining Fates expansion will release worldwide on 19th February 2021.

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