The Hellfire season of Marvel Snap is well underway, and with it comes one of the biggest patches we've seen in a while. Not only will players need to adjust to Alioth nerfs, but huge changes have also been made to mainstay cards like America Chavez and Luke Cage.
Thankfully, to compensate for the Nerf Hammer coming down, arguably, a little too hard on some cards, a feature fans have been crying out for has finally arrived.
Players have always wanted to be able to sort all the variants they own by a certain artist. Variants are one of the main draws to playing Marvel Snap, and whether you enjoy repping your full Dan Hipp deck or your full Peach Momoko deck, variants are what make your deck unique from anyone else's. Now, players have a way to see all the variants they own by a certain artist and can even get rewards for collecting more via the new album system.
Unfortunately, at the time of writing this, only three album categories are featured, each of which requiring 12 specific variants to unlock the rewards. This isn't exactly what players were hoping for, and although it is a step in the right direction, hopefully, this system can become more inclusive to all variants in the future.
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