Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Super Card Game is going to get a Digital Version. At the December 2022 Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour, a teaser appeared for the project. Sometime in 2023, a virtual version of the card game will appear. Platforms weren’t announced, but there will be a closed beta test.
Here’s the official teaser trailer for Dragon Ball Super Card Game Digital Version. The video begins with the existing TCG’s logo. Then, it shows a number of cards from the game. After that, it confirms the new version. Apparently, the official title will just tack “Digital Version” on to the end of the game’s title.
However, aside from the trailer, there aren’t any other details about the project. We see Goku about to unleash a Kamehameha on a field of cards after the Son Goku card appears in the teaser. It doesn’t show any more than that. Instead, it says the next announcements regarding the game will appear at the March 4-5, 2023 Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour.
The Dragon Ball Super Card Game is available physically worldwide now, and the Digital Version is in development for undisclosed devices. It will appear in 2023, with a closed beta preceding the official release.