Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel has been very restricted, when it comes to occasions, for the reason that title launched in early 2022. The solely occasions which have taken place in Master Duel have been the standard Ranked Seasons ladder, and exhibition occasions. That will change this coming August, as Konami shall be including the Duelist Cup to the itinerary. What is the Duelist Cup? Let’s check out what we all know.
Per the outline given by Konami, the Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duelist Cup is an occasion that may “test your might against other Duelists” on on-line play. Unlike the exhibition occasions that usually observe a sure theme, these particular occasions will use the identical Forbidden/Limited List that’s lively in Ranked on-line play in Master Duel.
Related: The finest meta decks to make use of in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel (mid-2022)
While not many specifics have been given as of this writing, the Duelist Cup seems to sound just like what Konami has executed with its marquee aggressive PvP occasions in Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links, the KC Cup.
The KC Cup is often comprised of two Stages: Stage 1 & 2. Stage 1 is the qualifier for Stage 2, the principle portion of the aggressive occasion. However, those that have hit the very best stage within the game in a previous season normally will get a move straight to Stage 2. Stage 2 of KC Cup occasions have been made up of matches wherein customers can both achieve, or lose Points to maneuver up and down the rankings for the occasion. The larger one finishes, the extra rewards a person receive. Additionally, Konami has used the KC Cup as a part of qualifying occasions for the World Championships of Duel Links.
It is unclear as as to whether this technique will comprise the Duelist Cup.
The first Duelist Cup in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is slated to start on August 9, 2022, and finish on August 22, 2022.