Eternal's Homecoming Is In Full Swing, Switch Release Later This Spring
It's Homecoming time in Eternal. Specifically, it's the Homecoming campaign that launched this month, adding 26 new cards that can be unlocked by completing 18 single-player games using story-driven preconstructed decks. This marks the first time that a campaign has used themed preconstructed decks, so at least you won't have to worry about being out-cashed by another player, just outclassed.
Other events currently going on in the world of Eternal include the Hero's Welcome event and the Homecoming Sealed League, both of which end on April 1. You'll also be able to take your Eternal on the go with you, so you can play ... eternally ... when it comes to the Nintendo Switch later this spring.
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