Konami has officially released Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel across all platforms, giving players access to a new free-to-play way to enjoy the popular card game in digital format.
This was a surprise launch, as the developers gave no indication that a release would arrive before the end of January. The developers only said it will launch before the end of Winter 2021 in March. However, the game is not yet fully available as the servers are still under maintenance.
A surprise release like this really makes sense, as it doesn’t just generate some instant hype Master Duel, but it’s happening just like Konami’s preview video series on the official release Yu-Gi-Oh! YouTube channel ended. As a result, players have received a steady stream of information about how the new game and platform will work.
Master Duel take the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game and it seems to give it a digital game to compete with the game Magic: Collecting Arena, Legend of Runeterra, and Hearthstone. Konami will use it as the core experience for both TCG and OCG so that players have a way to play the traditional formats using over 10,000 cards online.
Not only that, Konami will use Master Duel as an official contest for Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship series, which means the game will host competitive and casual events around the globe.
You can download Master Duel on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Steam, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices right now, with servers going live at a later date.
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