The real Yu-Gi-Oh! card game is coming to Android soon, along with a second title

Konami already offers a Yu-Gi-Oh! card game on mobile called Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links. This game does not provide the full-fledged TCG (trading card game) experience of the original physical card game, but instead, it offers a cut-down version for faster play. Well, fans have been clamoring for something a lot closer to the original TCG, and it would appear Konami has been listing. In a fresh release announcement, Konami reveals that this long-awaited digital TCG is called Yu-Gi-Oh!: Master Duel, and it plans to bring the game to just about every platform you can think of, including mobile.

If you’re eager to see what Yu-Gi-Oh!: Master Duel has to offer, Konami has released an explanation trailer staring the game’s senior producer Kenichi Kataoka. He spends a little over three minutes covering additional info for Yu-Gi-Oh!: Master Duel. Basically, the aim is to release a TCG that sticks a lot closer to the original Master Rules of the physical TCG. While a launch date has yet to be provided, we know the game will be available on Android, iOS, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

Besides the headline announcement that Master Duel is coming to mobile, Konami has also revealed a new mobile-centric title called Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel. This game will offer four-player card-based battles, and it’s coming strictly to Android and iOS. Sadly this also does not have a release date just yet, and since details are even lighter than what was offered for Master Duel, it would seem we should expect its launch to be further out.

The real Yu-Gi-Oh! card game is coming to Android soon, along with a second title

Today’s reveal has also highlighted that Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links will see a new update called Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V World, which is coming to the Android, iOS, and Steam versions soon.

All in all, Konami appears to be pretty committed to its Yu-Gi-Oh! license, and so I’m sure fans will be pretty excited to hear that the original ruleset from the original trading card game will be coming to all platforms in Yu-Gi-Oh!: Master Duel. If that’s not enough to keep fans interested, the announcement for Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel should excite fans thanks to its focus on four-player gameplay. Heck, even longtime fans that are currently playing Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links have something to look forward to with the upcoming release of the ARC-V World update. So there’s no doubt that it’s a good day to be a Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG fan, that’s for sure.