Tekken Card Tournament celebrates 5 million downloads

Namco Bandai Games has today announced that after a healthy six months after the launch of its  free-to-play Tekken Card Tournament  on smartphones, tablets and web browsers, the game has surpassed the five million downloads mark. To celebrate the occasion Namco Bandai Games has also announced a special 40% discount on digital card boosters available until 11.00PM CET on 16th of October.

In other bits and bobs, the game has also received an update which includes a number of fixes and four new Asian languages. A  further update adding more characters and game modes is planned for the near future.

Tekken Card Tournament


Today’s update lets players experience the full fury of TEKKEN card battling in Korean, Japanese, simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese for the first time. Languages already available are English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Brazilian Portuguese, bringing the total to 11.

TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT physical Game Cards are available now at hundreds of retailers across Europe and Australasia. Sold in five card booster packs, the 191 collectible cards bring a wealth of bonus in-game features including valuable power ups, collectible art, new cards via the card fusion system, augmented reality characters, plus higher chances to get Heihachi Rare cards.

Visit the following retailer (Amazon) here to pick up Game Card booster packs and supercharge your in-game deck.

Take a look at the recent trailer for the TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT Game Cards here:

The official TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT website has also now been updated with an all new encyclopedia section, loaded with details on each character’s moves and tips on how best to use cards in battle. The encyclopedia is available here:

Written by: Rob Cram

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