The biggest release in the history of YuGiOh video games is finally here. YuGiOh Master Duel is essentially a digital version of the full card game that Konami has been producing since 1999. Although the game is free to download and play, there are still a number of ways you can swipe your card in this new title. Here’s everything you need to know about all of the microtransaction prices in YuGiOh Master Duel.
All Microtransaction Prices in YuGiOh Master Duel
As of right now, the standard bundles range in price from $1.49 USD to $89.99 USD. There are some fluctuations in that price in EUR and GBP, but the exchange rates are all pretty fair. Keep in mind that any paid gems you get for Master Duel cannot be moved to another platform. However, free gems you obtain from packs or through playing the game can be used across multiple platforms.
It’s important to note that the table below only features the standard prices of gem packs at launch. We will update this guide if any prices change. There will also occasionally be special pricing on some gem packs that aren’t a standard part of the shop. For example, there are two gem packs right now that are only around to celebrate the launch of the game and will no longer be accessible at a later date.
You can look below for a more visual representation of the store itself. This screenshot is for the PlayStation environment, but the gem prices will be the same on all platforms. The biggest difference here is that PlayStation Plus members can get 50 free Pack Tickets that can be used to buy special packs.
You can use these gems to purchase the Gold Duel Pass, card packs, decks, dueling mats, card sleeves, pets, and more. But you’ll only ever have to spend real-world money when you’re buying gems.
That’s all there is to know about all of the microtransactions in YuGiOh Master Duel. Just remember this isn’t the only way to obtain new cards in Master Duel. If you want to learn about crafting, then just check out our guide right here.