Upper Deck announced major licenses for its Vs. and Legendary franchises at Gen Con, including games featuring TV, movie, video game, and Marvel Comics properties.

Upper Deck will release Vs. 2PCG: The Boys later this year, using art from the Prime Video series, from the comics, and produced for the game.  It will include 200 playable cards, a token sheet and rulebook.  The game is for two players ages 17+ and will play in about 30 minutes.

Upper Deck has acquired a license for the film The Matrix, and will produce Legendary Encounters: The Matrix at a time to be announced.

Upper Deck has also acquired a license for video game franchise Mortal Kombat, and will produce Vs. 2PCG: Mortal Kombat. Like The Boys, Mortal Kombat will feature 200 playable cards.  It will be for two players 17+ and will play in about 30 minutes.

Space Jam: A New Legacy Serververse Showdown is a standalone card game based on the film starring Lebron James.  It’s "a fun way for people to play with the characters from Space Jam: A New Legacy," an Upper Deck spokesperson told us, describing it as "easy to pick up" and "family-friendly."  Each character has a different ability that makes them more or less useful.  The box includes 100 playable cards and a rule sheet.  The fast-paced game is for two to six players ages 6+ and plays in 30-60 minutes.  Release will come in the next few months.

Upper Deck also updated plans for the Disney+ arc of Vs. 2PCG.  WandaVision, originally announced last year (see "MCU Heroes Join Vs 2PCG"), is still first up in the arc, followed by The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Each set will include 55 playable cards and a rule sheet, and is for player 14+.

And on the Marvel Legendary front, Legendary: Marvel Deck Building Game - Black Widow Expansion will be released in September.