These are the four titles that were teased during the live stream. | Source: Konami

Konami had a special livestream yesterday to announce upcoming digital experiences Yu-Gi-Oh! has in store, and fans have a lot to look forward to.

The first reveal was an upcoming Nintendo Switch game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel. Exclusive footage showed a preview of gameplay, and producer Akitsu Terashima popped in to talk about what fans can expect from the game. The game features the world of Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens, a series currently airing in Japan, and players can duel against characters from the anime. The Rush Duel card game, which has been available since last year in Japan, will introduce fans to a new ruleset that lets players continuously draw cards and summon monsters left and right. But that’s not all — this wouldn’t be Yu-Gi-Oh! without making it a global experience. As players collect Rush Duel cards and build up their decks, they can challenge friends and other fans from all over the world. Interested Yu-Gi-Oh! fans can expect its release this fall in America.

Next was a special Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links announcement. In this mobile game with more than 140 million worldwide downloads, players cross dimensions and duel with characters worldwide. The livestream quickly went over the history of Duel Links and finally revealed a new addition to the app: the ARC-V world will be added sometime this year. Fans can download Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links now on iOS, Android, and PC Steam and prepare for the ARC-V world.


The third preview — which had fans flipping out in the live chat — was new footage from and information for Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. This announcement opened with gameplay footage, and senior producer Kenichi Kataoka went into all the details. As fans guessed by the title, players will use the Master Rules of the Yu-Gi-Oh! OCG/TCG in this upcoming video game. No dueler will be left behind, because Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel will be available on virtually every platform worldwide: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, Steam, iOS, and Android. Kataoka teased the 4K resolution of the game, encouraging fans to play on the big screen. Players can partake in both casual and competitive tournaments, and fans can look forward to an official Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel event at the 2022 World Championship.

Lastly, there was a new title announcement: Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel. This video game will completely change gameplay, featuring four-player dueling action compared to the typical two-player setup. Fans will just have to wait for more information, but we can reveal this: this project is planned to release on iOS and Android worldwide.

If you missed the livestream, we’ve got you covered. Check out all of the new footage and messages from the producers in the video below.

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