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In TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT, players will customize their decks, use the fusion system to create new cards, then strategically chain Focus, Strike and Block moves to take down opponents with blistering KO combos. Train in solo play then challenge matched opponents around the world to climb the global rankings, with extra rewards to be won in themed contests and weekly battles. Have you got what it takes to become world champion?

Bringing real-world crossover to the online gameplay, physical booster packs of TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT Game Cards will go on sale in stores in early summer. With a total of 191 to collect, each card will feature a unique QR code to let the player instantly add the card to their digital in-game deck. Using the app on portable devices, players will be able to scan the character images to unleash Augmented Reality effects and bring the characters to life, with the ability to take cool snapshots.
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