We reported a while back that Disney Lorcana would start to be printed in Italian for set 3. Now we have confirmation, as the latest set will be called Nelle Terre d’Inchiostro.
Though the game has been available in English (and French/German) in Italy, having an Italian language version will be much better for local players. Now we know that most of the main line of products from Into the Inklands will be printed in Italian.
Friday 23rd February 2024 is the release date for local game stores and some Disney parks. Large retailers and shopDisney will then be able to sell Into the Inklands from Friday 8th March. It looks like these dates are also true for Italy.
Nelle Terre D’Inchiostro Products
There are official product images for nearly all of the products, including the booster boxes, packs, starter decks, and the gift set. There aren’t images for the Illumineer’s Trove. There are images for the French and German versions, and they’ve had them before.
There also aren’t listings for the Italian version of the Trove: so it looks like this one won’t be produced for Italy. The accessories are pretty widely available in most countries.
Nelle Terre D’Inchiostro Pricing
Prices from stores that have pre-orders look like they’ll be similar to the ones for other Euro-currency countries:
- Booster Pack – EU €5.99
- Booster Box – EU €143.76
- Illumineer’s Trove – EU €54.99
- Gift Set – EU €29.99
- Starter Deck – EU €19.99
- Deck Box – EU €5.99
- Sleeves – EU €9.99
- Play Mats – EU €19.99
- Card Portfolios – EU €19.99
Lorcana Set 1 + 2 Italian Reprint?
In October Filip Franke, Global Head of Games for Ravensburger said: “Not only are we bringing the Disney Lorcana TCG to players in new countries and in new languages, but we also plan to reprint the first two sets of the game so both current and new markets have access to them.”
We haven’t seen word from local stores or distributors in Italy about sets 1 or 2 being reprinted in Italian. But with the large amount of reprints that have turned up over the Holiday period in English, we imagine Italy will see something similar soon.
There has been no official announcement on any other languages. But we’d expect that Spanish and Japanese would be the next language markets Ravensburger would aim for.
Are you happy Lorcana is coming to Italy? Let us know in the comments below, or let us know what language you want to see next.