Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel has now launched, opening its gates to players eager to build decks using its 10,000 cards and test them in online duels. If PvP is your go-to mode, you're likely wondering about crossplay and whether or not cross-platform support is available at launch.
As is the case with most online games, crossplay would benefit Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel as a feature due to how it creates bridges between players picking up the game on different platforms. Although the title does feature a solo mode, cross-platform support would extend the pool of available players in its multiplayer mode, ensuring shorter matchmaking times.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Crossplay Support
Thankfully, Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel does feature crossplay at launch. Konami has confirmed the inclusion of cross-platform support since last year, meaning that PC and console players can duel each other.
The game's iOS and Android versions aren't out yet, but should get a similar treatment when they do end up releasing, further growing the online card game's player pool.
In addition, cross-saves are also available, enabling you to keep your progress should you switch platforms. This provides quite a bit of flexibility if you're on the move or cannot access a specific platform at any given time.
That's what you need to know about crossplay and cross-platform support in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel. The free-to-play game is off to a great start on Steam, its concurrent player count putting it among the top 10 most played games on the storefront.
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