One Piece Card Game’s New App Teaches Game Rules Before Release

The upcoming One Piece Card Game now has an official tutorial app on Google Play and the App Store, which teaches the different rules of the game.

The upcoming One Piece Card Game Now has an official tutorial app on Google Play and the App Store, which teaches the rules of the game in a digital format. The One Piece Card Game launches in 2022, with Japan getting the game in July and a worldwide release following later in the year.

The One Piece Card Game is based on the incredibly popular One Piece manga franchise, which follows the Straw Hat Pirate crew on their adventures as they seek the mythical treasure known as One Piece. One Piece It debuted in 1997 and is still going strong today, with the manga recently starting a month-long hiatus before the series enters its final arc. The popularity of One Piece has turned it into a multimedia franchise, especially in the gaming world, in terms of both crossovers with other Weekly Shonen Jump titles, and in solo One Piece video games, such as the upcoming One Piece Odyssey RPG, which was announced earlier in March and is set to launch later in 2022.

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Those fans who want to try out the One Piece Card Game can now do so using their smartphones and other compatible devices. The One Piece Card Game Teaching app is now available on the App Store and Google Play for iPhone and Android users. The app features a basic tutorial that explains the rules of the game, as well as a battle mode involving the Straw Hat Crew and Animal Kingdom Pirates starter decks, which allows the player to freely play the game against an AI opponent.

One Piece Starter Deck App

The One Piece Card Game rules use elements that will be familiar to fans of different card games. Each deck has a Leader, who acts like the Commander in the Magic: The Gathering Commander format, as they stay on the field at all times. The player has Life Cards, which are similar to the Prize Cards in the Pokémon TCG, As they are depleted whenever the Leader takes damage, prompting them to be added to the player’s hand, and losing them results in losing the game.


The One Piece Card Game Teaching app does a good job of explaining the rules of the game and the fact that it has a free battle mode is a great choice for letting players get a feel for how works. It wouldn’t be surprising if the app is paving the way for a full digital version of the One Piece Card Gameespecially following the popularity of Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel, which became one of Steam’s top games when it launched last year. With that in mind, Bandai Namco might be waiting to see how popular the tablet version of the One Piece Card Game is, before investing in a digital version of the game.


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The One Piece Card Game launches worldwide in 2022.

Source: App Store, Google Play

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