Marvel Snap leaks provide some excitement for move deck players

The latest Marvel Snap leaks show the game giving some much-needed love and attention for the currently underpowered move deck archetype

Screenshot of fiery demon Surtur, one of the Marvel Snap leaks cards, for a news on the topic

The latest Marvel Snap leaks, courtesy of, are providing something to look forward to for move players, with plenty of new cards on the way to boost the viability of the archetype in the current meta. Considering the ol’ Heimdall, Doctor Strange, and Vulture combo is pretty terrifying, things are really going the get interesting when these news cards arrive.

With cards like Toad, Ghost-Spider, and Blink all part of the latest Marvel Snap leaks, the move meta is going to pick up some more technical cards, with Toad and Ghost-Spider both able to move the last card you played, while Blink can move once per turn while picking up an extra power point each time. If you play much Marvel Snap yourself, you can probably imagine the sort of combos capable between cards like Toad and Human Torch, or Ghost-Spider and Vulture, but that’s not all.

Move decks also get a new five-cost card when the Marvel Snap leaks come to fruition in-game, with fiery-demon Surtur arriving to dish out some damage. Surtur starts as a zero power card, but its all-important effect means that if Human Torch is moved to its location, it gets a plus ten power buff. Combined with the doubling effect of the Fantastic Four’s flameboy, this stacks up at any location for some impressive numbers.

There’s another card worthy of move decks included in the latest Marvel Snap leaks that also looks set to be a staple of the meta, though for a very different reason. Blob, an adversary to the X-Men, is a card that cannot be moved to any other location by any effect. This might seem counterproductive, but if you want to make sure you keep some power in a specific location while setting up a final turn Heimdall move, Blob’s four power points might just be the difference.

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There you have it, all the Marvel Snap leaks providing move deck players with something to be excited about. For more in-game tips and tricks, check out our Marvel Snap decks guide and Marvel Snap tier list.