Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel boasts an impressive collection of over 10,000 cards, but Konami shared even better news that the game will support cross-platform play and saves with all of its platforms. A new Japanese trailer provides the latest details and a look at what’s coming.
In addition to a look at a bunch of the cards offered in Master Duel, the trailer mostly focuses on showing off key features of the free-to-play title. One of the biggest questions we’ve had going into this new digital card game is whether it will have cross-platform support. The answer to that is yes, and best of all, it will feature full cross-platform support. That means in addition to cross-platform play, Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel will also have cross-save support to carry over your progress from one device to another.
Online play mostly consists of duels, but the game has several features, including regulation rules and tournaments events. If you like studying decks, the card database will allow you to check out different deck recipes from duelists worldwide. There’s also a card-crafting feature to build your collection if you’re rusty at playing Yu-Gi-Oh!, and you can start out with the tutorials to get back into the groove.
Watch the cross-platform play, save progressions, and more in the latest Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel trailer below:
Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel will release for the Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, PC, and smartphones this winter. Konami has yet to announce a release date, but given that winter lasts up until March, it shouldn’t take long until we get one, assuming there’s no delay. You can check out Master Duel gameplay in our previous report.