Dragon Ball Super Card developers are looking for 12,000 players to test the game's alpha version
On Sunday, 5 March, during the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour 2023 livestream, Bandai Namco talked about the digital version of Dragon Ball Super Card Game and its closed alpha. The studio also showed several fragments of the gameplay.
Registration for alpha testing is already available for everyone on the official website, but hurry up, as the number of seats is limited to 12 000. The catch is that testers must reside in either the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, or Italy to be considered.
Registration is available for PC users only and will last until 13 March, and if you are selected, you will be notified on 21 March. The test itself will take place on 25-26 March.
While digital versions are never the same as playing physically with friends, the digital version of Dragon Ball Super Card Game will feature cards from the physical game, which takes place in a 3D battle arena.
In addition, players will have a playable character present in the arena to take their place. However, one feature of the digital version that is not available in the physical card game is the addition of animations for attacks and cards used during the game.
Testers should be aware that during the closed beta, only the free match mode will be available and only 100 cards will be available for players to use to create their own deck.