After being revealed in July of last year, Konami has quietly released Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross Duel for mobile devices.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Three players face off in a three-on-three duel in Cross Duel, where monsters have their own ability trees and can learn game-specific abilities. For all intents and purposes, the game hasn’t been heard from since its first beta test in October 2021.
Konami confirmed in May of this year that the game was still in development, despite the fact that many fans had feared it had been canceled. On Android and iOS, Cross Duel will be distributed in waves like Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. As a result, if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s just a matter of time before you do.
As of this writing, Cross Duel is only available in Canada; the Netherlands; and Hong Kong; further territories may be added in the near future.
‘Cross Duel’ Setup Instructions
Cross Duel is only available in Hong Kong, Canada, and the Netherlands as of this writing. However, as the month’s pass, more countries are likely to adopt it.
Google Play Store and the Apple App Store now have a new “Yu-Gi-Oh!” game version, according to HITC’s report. If you have a smartphone or tablet, you can visit one of the online app shops.
After that, go online and look for the game’s name, and then click the download option to start the download. If “Cross Duel” isn’t yet on your device, you can add it to your wishlist for when it becomes available.
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Mobile versions of “Yu-Gi-Oh!” first appeared in 2016 for iOS and Android devices.
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No, Pc and Console Versions Haven’t Been Announced Yet
The PC and console versions of Yu-Gi-Oh Cross Duel have not been announced.
Only iOS and Android devices are supported, according to the game’s official website. To be fair, Konami’s Master Duel is already available on PC via Steam as well as on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and the Nintendo Switch.
Nothing has been confirmed as of this writing. As more territories get the game, we’ll be sure to add an update to this post.