Attack on Titan - The Nine Titans card game

Attack on Titan Final Season Card Game Will Appear in Japan

Studium Mundi and Nexus have revealed the Attack on Titan: The Nine Titans card game. This physical game will feature characters and titans from the final anime season of Attack on Titan.

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The card game set will come with 108 point markers and 57 cards — a starting card and 18 character cards printed in three different colors. All of the Nine Titans will also be present in the deck. The competitive physical game will support two to six players, although Studium Mundi recommends at least three players.

The core system in this card game will have a player steal cards from another to increase points. However, the other player can prevent that if they have one of the Nine Titans cards in play.

The game will end when a player has completely run out of cards. The player who has the most points at that point will become the winner.

Pre-orders for the card game set are immediately available on BoardGame World with a price tag of 2,200 yen (~$19). However, it can only ship the package inside Japan. Studio Mundi will also sell the set physically at Game Market 2021 Autumn in Tokyo Big Sight on November 20-21, 2021.

Attack on Titan: The Nine Titans card game will be available in Japan on November 20, 2021. Studio Mundi expects fans of the series to enjoy the card game while waiting for the second part of Attack on Titan: The Final Season. The anime show will continue its run on NHK around the first three months of 2022.


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