The Dragon Ball Super Card game has entered a new virtual dimension, with Bandai Namco officially filing a patent for the digital version of the popular card game based on the anime show “Dragon Ball.” On their official YouTube channel, Bandai Namco has released a teaser on what to expect from the New Dragon Ball Super Card Game, and fans are more than excited.
New Dragon Ball Super Card Game, “Fusion World,” Enters A New Dimension With Bandai Namco, Official Release Date Announced!
The card game based on the anime series Dragon Ball has gained immense popularity since its release in 2017. Bando Namco filed a patent for the virtual card game in October 2022 and published it in January 2024. Now that everything is settled, Bando Namco has officially announced the release date of their popular card, which is about to enter a new dimension.
The New Dragon Ball Super Card Game, “Fusion World,” will be officially released on February 23, 2024. Fans are sincerely looking forward to the release date of the virtual “Fusion World,” and as promised by Bandai Namco, the anticipated release date is close to the early window of 2024.
Hello DBSCG Fans!
Today we have the decks used by the top 2 players at the Finals for North America held at Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour on Jan. 27!
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— Official Dragon Ball Super Card Game (@dbs_cardgame) February 8, 2024
New Dragon Ball Super Card Game, “Fusion World:” What To Expect?
The digital version of the new Dragon Ball Super Card Game would offer a multiplayer scheme, deck building, trading, accessibility, and regular updates. This game will also enable the players to invite other players from across the world, participate in tournaments, and rank on the leadership board.
Bandai Namco has also put a feature for the fans to customize their decks using a large pool of cards online without worrying about the cost or availability of the physical cards. Using a preferred device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or PC, players can engage in the game anytime, anywhere, and swap cards with other players for free or in-game currency.
Bandai Namco is still experimenting with the beta test and gathering input from fans. Fans can anticipate a “game-changing” approach to enjoy the new Dragon Ball fusion based on their experiments, player feedback, and plans.