I have to admit I consider myself lucky because I was born into a generation that watched on small screens anime series like Pokemon, Dragon Ball, and of course Yu-Gi-Oh! In addition to watching the series, it was natural for us to collect tickets, especially Yu-Gi-Oh. If you’ve recognized yourself in all of this, then you’ll be glad to hear that Konami has finally announced a new game called the Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel.
According to Konami, this is a real digital version of TCG, which means that you forget how the game will follow the story from a series. Although the release date has not yet been announced, we know that the game will come on a bunch of platforms and devices: PlayStation 5 and 4, Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One, Switch, Steam, iOS, and Android. There will also be support for 4K graphics on those devices that can handle it.
That’s not the end of the story as two more games are coming out one of which is for the Nintendo Switch, and it’s called the Yu-Gi-Oh Rush Duel, and unlike the Master, here the game follows the story from the new Sevens series. We will be able to build our deck inspired by characters from the Sevens series. The game comes out in the fall of this year, and the exact date is not yet known.
In total, the third game that comes to us from this popular anime world is Yu-Gi-Oh Cross Duel and arrives for mobile platforms iOS and Android. They promise us "dramatic action with four duelists", so we are waiting to see that, we just don't know yet when we will be able to play.
In the end, Konami boasted that their Duel Links had been downloaded more than 140 million times, with over 65 billion cards collected in the game and 6 billion matches played. I believe that for some of you this aroused nostalgia for childhood.