Netflix’s Stranger Things series has made a lot of collaborations with video games. It’s looking into making even more collaborations. With the series’ Season 4 currently in limbo, Netflix has to find ways to keep the IP on top of people’s minds. To do this, Netflix decided to partner with Hi-Rez Studios and Wizards of the Coast. These collaborations will bring Stranger Things content and products to the MOBA SMITE and the trading card game Magic the Gathering.

Stranger Things first propped up in Dead by Daylight a couple of weeks ago. A new content drop arrived for that game, enhancing the original 2019 Stranger Things content drop for Dead by Daylight. Now, it’s SMITE and MTG‘s turn.

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For SMITE, the Stranger Things content will arrive alongside the game’s Battle Pass, coming on July 13. The crossover collaboration was confirmed during the Summer Game Fest. That’s still a full month from now, but we’re sure that it already got some fans excited. The SMITE Battle Pass will feature six new characters, as well as a new, odd, upside-down map. It will feature Eleven Scylla, Hopper Apollo, and

Meanwhile, for Magic the GatheringStranger Things arrives as part of MTG‘s Universes Beyond Secret Lair product line. These cards don’t have a release date yet. Universes Beyond aims to introduce IPs outside of Magic the Gathering lore unto the trading card game, which has also featured The Walking Dead in the past. Future Universes Beyond products will also feature Dungeons & DragonsWarhammer: 40,000, and Lord of the Rings.

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To be fair, this won’t be the first time Stranger Things bled into Wizards of the Coast’s products, having a D&D set produced way back in 2019.