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Ultraman TCG to Come Out in 15 Different Countries

A TCG based on Ultraman, appropriately named Ultraman Card Game, will come out on October 25, 2024. For the first time in TCG history, it’ll have a simultaneous release in 15 different countries and regions, as well as in four different languages. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Like most trading card games, the Ultraman Card Game is suitable for both children and adults. Aside from using it to play against other people, you can also just collect the cards. So far, there isn’t a lot of information on the game. However, Tsuburaya Production is already planning to have global tournaments in 2025 and 2026. Play tests will appear around the world some time in July 2024, with participants receiving a free deck. The YouTube channel for the game will also give a demonstration on how to play it.

The four languages that you’ll be able to play the TCG in are English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese. A sample card showing the different languages is Ultraman Zero: Plasma Spark Slash. The effect reads that you can give a Zero card 2000 BP for one turn. It’s likely that the cards will be divided based on the different Ultramen in the series in a way that’s similar to how Union Arena TCG divides the different cards based on home series.

The Ultraman Card Game TCG will come out on October 25, 2024.

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