Upcoming MTG Sets 2022

Looking forward to upcoming MTG sets? That’s great, because here’s all the information you’ll need. We’ll take a look at all Standard and supplemental sets that are coming out in 2022. (Plus, we also know about one set that’s coming out in 2023!)

For each set, we’ll provide a short description of what to expect. If that’s not enough for you – don’t worry, and just click on the appropriate spoilers page (where available). There you’ll find, not only spoilers, but also all information we currently have about the set.

Let’s get right to it.

Upcoming MTG Sets 2022

There are four main sets that are releasing in 2022:

  • Kamigawa Neon Dynasty (already released)
  • Streets of New Capenna (already released)
  • Dominaria United
  • The Brothers War

As you can see two of these were already released, while more information about the second two will be available on May 12, 2022.

Streets of New Capenna

New Capenna Set Symbol Upcoming MTG Sets 2022

New Capena is a modern fantasy noir set. There are five families, each centered in three colors. Each family has its own mechanic, and different species appear in different families.

Angels build the city of Capena, but during our visit it’s already run by Demon crime families. The plane also has a special meaning to Elspeth.

Dominaria United

The second return set in 2022 takes us to Dominaria, a popular old school Magic plane. In fact, it was the Magic’s plane at the beginning of the game. So it makes sense, that it is a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the game. It’ll talk about the history of Dominaria.

The Brothers’ War

  • Release Date: November 2022
  • The Brothers War Spoilers (coming soon)
  • Set Symbol: unknown

So, two brothers are apparently fighting a war. Who? Well, no other than Urza and Mishra! These are two insanely powerful characters from Magic’s past. This set will be a bit different from others – at least flavor wise, as it’s describing an event, rather than a world. Furthermore, it’s an event happening in the past of the Magic’s lore, so that’s something new as well.

One of the interesting things about The Brothers War is that the set will further explore some of the underrepresented tribes from the early era of MTG.

Universes Beyond

Various collaboration products were also announced, as part of the Universes Beyond. You can expect:

  • Warhammer 40k (There will be 4 Commander decks.)
  • Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle Earth (Full booster set, Modern legal and coming to Arena. Four Commander decks as well, and Secret Lairs too.)
  • Fortnite Secret Lair
  • Street Fighter Secret Lair

Supplemental Sets

In 2022, we’re also getting at least two big supplemental sets.


First one is the fourth Un-set. That’s a weird joke set with Silver border cards. It’s called Unfinity. The set will contain shock lands with artwork set in space. You can find all MTG Unfinity information here.

Baldur’s Gate

Another one is Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur’s Gate. Similar draft format as the original Commander Legends. You can expect new multiplayer mechanics, and you can find some early Commander Legends 2 predictions here. This set will release on June 10, 2022.

Furthermore, you can take a look at Battle for Baldur’s Gate spoilers here.


That’s all upcoming MTG sets that we know about so far. Once we get more information, you’ll be able to find it right here. If you don’t want to miss it, make sure to give us a follow on Facebook or Instagram.

Until next time, have fun and may your favorite trope get its own Magic set soon.

13 thoughts on “Upcoming MTG Sets 2022”

    • Why is Fortnite the one where you lost the respect over? They have been doing stuff like this for years now… Secret lairs have been around for a while with all sorts of cringy crossovers including the walking dead crossover. Not to mention they released a standard legal D&D-themed set and have an upcoming modern legal LOTR set….

      In comparison the fortnite ones are just novelty reprints of cards…

      MTG has been grabbing for cash for years now with a steep powercreep and very mediocre mechanics..


Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.