Upper Deck Introduces New Line of Blizzard Trading Cards

Set celebrates over 30 years of Blizzard Entertainment’s video game characters.

License Global

March 23, 2022

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Upper Deck and Blizzard Entertainment have announced the launch of the Blizzard 30th Anniversary Trading Cards on UpperDeckEpack.com.   

Fans will be able to purchase 24-card digital packs featuring a comprehensive cast of characters from Blizzard’s games, including “World of Warcraft,” “Diablo,” “StarCraft,” “Heroes of the Storm,” “Hearthstone” and “Overwatch.”  

The new release in gaming-based collectibles will include a 50-card base set with character-focused inserts. Collectors will get the chance to pull base set variant cards and Blizzard vault cards in each pack. The vault cards will feature original concept art of Blizzard characters. There will also be a chance to get rare inserts, which include autographed classic logos numbered to 25.  

“We’re really excited to cap off the 30th anniversary of Blizzard with this limited-edition card set,” says Paul Bradford, associate brand manager, Upper Deck. “This product has been an incredible opportunity to work with some of the most beloved game titles of all time and create incredible new collectibles, like new original artwork and signatures from the amazing Samwise Didier!”  

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