Via press release it has been revealed that Astro Boy: Edge of Time will be releasing on Steam June 2oth. This collectible card  game features  colorful cast of heroes on a a brand new adventure  in futuristic city. The game will be accessible to all players from beginners to advance players via an all new tournament mode.

Here is some details about his new mode straight from the press release:

Tournament Mode

Astro Boy: Edge of Time is launching on Steam with a brand new mode added to the game: Tournament Mode. This will allow players to experience all the cards in the Astro Boy: Edge of Time universe during thrilling battles against other opponents online.

What is tournament mode?

Tournament mode is a game mode which allows players to play 5 online matches using a special tournament-made deck. Participating in these online matches can earn players rewards based on how many times they attain victory.
The deck used for tournament mode is unrelated to the decks and cards already owned by the player, but rather a deck created upon entering tournament mode by selecting desired cards from an offered selection. This allows players to play with cards that they don’t own yet. Once creating the deck, the player will go head to head with other players for 5 games.
Since tournament mode allows players to battle with a special deck, they can enjoy a variety of different strategies when compared to normal online matches.

Rules and Rewards for Tournament Mode

–    You can participate in the tournament mode for 150 Prisma or $1.50.
–    Choose between two randomly chosen factions.
–    Select 2 cards from a selection of 5 randomly chosen cards until a full deck of 30 cards is made.
–    After 5 online matches, the rewards stated below are offered in accordance to your number of wins.

0 Wins: Basic Pack x1
1 Win: Basic Pack x1 & 50 Prisma
2 Wins: Basic Pack x2 & 50 Prisma
3 Wins: Basic Pack x2 & 125 Prisma
4 Wins: Basic Pack x3 & 125 Prisma
5 Wins: Basic Pack x3, Golden Pack x1 & 125 Prisma


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