When is the Pokemon TCG Paldea Evolved Expansion set coming out?

The latest Pokemon Trading Card Game expansion for Pokemon Scarlet & Violet will be available for purchase sooner than you think.

Now that the mainline Pokemon Scarlet & Violet games have been out for a while, The Pokemon Company is releasing the Pokemon TCG cards based on the creatures who call Paldea home.

The upcoming Pokemon TCG Set are all part of the standard legal deck.

Paldea Evolved features gorgeous card designs for Paldean creatures, but that's not all. In total, Paldea Evolved brings close to 190 cards, including over 15 new Pokemon ex, including Meowscarada ex, Quaquaval ex, and Skeledirge ex. In addition to this, Tera Pokemon ex like Forretress, Slowking, and Dedenne are part of the Paldea Evolved TCG card set as well.

Here's a list of the first Paldea Evolved TCG sets for pre-order and their prices:

  • Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet-Paldea Evolved Sleeved Booster Pack (10 Cards) – $4.49
  • Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet-Paldea Evolved Booster Bundle (6 Packs) – $26.94
  • Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet-Paldea Evolved Pokémon Center Elite Trainer Box – $59.99
  • Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet-Paldea Evolved Booster Display Box (36 Packs) – $161.64

As already mentioned, the expansion isn't coming until June 9. Meanwhile, the base set, which includes the Paldea starters, will be available earlier on March 31.

Pokemon TCG continues to be just as popular as the mainline series all these years later.

The Pokemon Company held a massive showcase in late February. At the event, we got confirmation of the release date for Pokemon Sleep and details about a two-part expansion for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

An incoming stop-motion animated Pokemon show for Netflix was also revealed at the same event. Unfortunately, eagle-eyed fans spotted evidence that The Pokemon Company is looking into NFTs.

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