The product description for the anticipated Sword & Shield Ultra-Premium Collection has been revealed, and two legendary Pokémon of the Galar region will be featured. The $100 collection will include gold versions of Zacian V and Zamazenta V, releasing on November 20.
The gold editions of the signature Sword & Shield Pokémon are likely to derive from Japan’s Shiny Star V set, according to PokéBeach. The Japanese set will include 190 cards consisting of mostly reprints, some new cards, a shiny Pokémon, and a guaranteed Pokémon V or VMAX within each booster pack. While no product image has been released for the Sword & Shield Ultra-Premium Collection yet, a detailed look at its contents is enough to keep collectors happy.
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Described as a powerhouse addition to your collection, the Ultra-Premium set will enhance the TCG experience with unstoppable Galar region Pokémon, metal coins, dice, and condition markers. Designed to make any collection shine, the golden variants of Zacian V and Zamazenta V complete with metal game tokens will make this set feel like the lost treasure of Galar. Summoning the power of Metal-type Pokémon, your deck will carry a new strength with this collection, complete with a player’s guide that breaks down the first year of the Sword & Shield series.
The official contents of The Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield Ultra-Premium Collection will include:
- A gold version of Zacian V and Zamazenta V
- 12 metal damage-counter dice
- Two metal coins and 130 sleeves featuring the legendary Pokémon
- Metal condition markers
- 16 Sword & Shield booster packs
- A players guide of the series with a rules booklet
- A code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online
Accompanying the release of the Ultra-Premium Collection on November 20 will be the Elite Trainer Box Plus; the international version of the Ultra-Premium Collection. This box will divide the contents of the Ultra-Premium Collection into two sets, featuring either Zacian or Zamazenta. The ETB+ will retail at $59.99, with some markets selling both the ETB+ and the Ultra-Premium Collection.
As the images for the ETB+ (featured above) has been revealed, we will have to wait a little longer for our first look at the Ultra-Premium Collection. As multiple European distributors have featured the Ultra-Premium Collection, it is expected that both this set and the ETB+ will release in the US and Europe.
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