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Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution Coming Exclusively to Nintendo Switch August 20th

Konami Digital Entertainment, B.V. today announces that Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution will launch on August 20th at RRP €39.99. Exclusive for Nintendo Switch™, Duelists will experience more than 20 years of Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise history reliving stories from the original animated series through Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V and challenge the newest generation of Duelists from the virtual world of Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS.

Starting today, Duelists can pre-order retail and digital versions of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution. Exclusive to the physical retail version, Duelists will unpack three brand-new Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME (TCG) cards. You will find the Link Monster, Progleo, along with the Cyberse Monster Micro Coder and the Spell Card Cynet Codec! Duelists can also visit the Nintendo eShop to pre-order their digital version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution and be ready to Duel on August 20th.


With more than 9,000 cards, the most in any Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG video game, Duelists will build and customise competitive decks to challenge other players with local wireless and online play through Nintendo Switch Online.

The Yu-Gi-Oh! series is based on the manga Yu-Gi-Oh! (by Kazuki Takahashi), which was serialised in SHUEISHA Inc.’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1996 and is now on the sixth iteration of the “Yu-Gi-Oh!” animated series (currently airing on TV Tokyo-affiliated channels). KONAMI released the first console game in 1998, and the series, including the trading card game, is still enjoyed by countless customers worldwide. KONAMI continues to develop and distribute a wide range of Yu-Gi-Oh! content to deliver the fun and excitement of the series to customers around the globe.


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Still not a fan of what Link Summoning did to the game.

I want the ARC-V era back...

"KONAMI released the first console game in 1998, and the series, including the trading card game, is still enjoyed by countless customers worldwide." some most gaming company's would say "players worldwide" but all KONAMI sees is dollar signs. why else would they break just every deck type. i tell you why to get "customers" to buy lots of packs of cards so they can make a play able deck again. lol. sorry old argument for me with someone else lol

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