The game in question in the main story is Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel – a cross-platform magic card game where players can purchase booster packs, build their own personal decks, and compete in online matches on PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch platforms or PC. Basically, since its launch, this game has received countless positive feedbacks from the online community. But then over time, Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is being controlled by the players Yu-Gi-Oh! most loyally opposed.
The reason given was quite surprising. Specifically, many hardcore fans of the Yu-Gi-Oh! stated that the rules of this gacha game and its gameplay are very different, or in other words, are not consistent with the rules and official tournaments of Yu-Gi-Oh!. This raised concerns that players were getting used to Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel will quickly get discouraged and give up when trying to start over with Yu-Gi-Oh! other. In addition, the lists of banned cards or groups of cards used by Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is also completely different from the rest.
Even this point was raised right in Konami’s shareholder meeting and made the president of the famous game company, Hideki Hayakawa, also take notice. Some shareholders suggested that Konami change the rules of Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel as soon as possible is intended to help players make the right strategic choices, familiar and easy to participate in the exciting tournaments of Yu-Gi-Oh! Currently.
Faced with this question, Mr. Hideki was also quite reserved when he admitted that the above opinion was somewhat accurate, and would re-transmit the message to Konami right after this meeting. As for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Whether Master Duel will change, or will ever be edited is certain, only the future can tell for fans of this series.