Yu-Gi-Oh! MASTER DUEL ESRB Rating Mentions In-Game Purchases With Random Items
Yu-Gi-Oh! MASTER DUEL is an upcoming free-to-play game from Konami that has been recently rated by ESRB. They also shared a description of it.
If you haven’t heard about the game, then we don’t really blame you. It is a free-to-play version of Yu-Gi-Oh! that will be released on almost every platform including Smartphones.
On the official website, here’s how Konami has described this upcoming game as a “highly anticipated free-to-play title centered fully around the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME (TCG).” It will feature more than 10,000 cards for the players to unlock. Now we know that the catch here is that these will be unlocked through purchasing in-game microtransactions that will give random items.
This is based on the ESRB rating that confirms it. Here’s what they had to say about the game.
This is a simulation of the Yu-Gi-Oh card battle game in which players compete in one-on-one duels against opponents. Players take turns selecting cards that represent magical creatures with special attacks (e.g., fireballs, energy bursts, lightning strikes). Some cards show characters getting bitten, slashed with blades, or struck by arrows. A handful of cards depict small drips of blood and/or blood- splatter effects. Other cards contain suggestive material/nudity: a human-like character with her breast exposed (no discernible detail); characters wearing low-cut tops that expose moderate amounts of cleavage.
Konami also boasts about 4K visuals on supported platforms so the game could run at 4K on the PS5, Xbox Series, and PC.
The game is currently confirmed for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Smartphones.