Launches 13th August 2021 on Nintendo Switch™
London, United Kingdom – 14th June 2021 – Marvelous Europe Limited is today thrilled to announce that Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle, an exciting new card battle RPG based upon the anime adaptation of Cygames’ hit strategic multiplayer mobile/PC card battle game Shadowverse, will launch on 13th August 2021 within Europe and Australia for the Nintendo Switch.
Marvelous Europe Limited have also confirmed that Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle will be priced with an SRP of £44.99 / €49.99 / $79.95 AUD and will be made available to pre-order digitally on the Nintendo eShop in the near future. Physical pre-orders are now available at participating retailers across Europe with a list available on the Marvelous Games website.
Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle is a reimagined version of the strategic multiplayer mobile/PC card battle game for the consumer platform. As players progress through the game, they can collect new cards to build more powerful decks. The game can be experienced solo, or players can head online for multiplayer matches to test complex new strategies against other players.Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle will be available digitally and physically within Europe as well as digitally in Australia on the 13th August 2021, and all versions will come with a special promo code granting 2 alternate art cards (3 cards each), 10 seer’s globes, and cosmetic items redeemable in the mobile or PC version of Shadowverse.
Developed by Cygames and published by Marvelous Europe Limited in Europe and Australia on the Nintendo Switch, Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle will release on 13th August 2021. Further details can be found on the official Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle website.
About Marvelous Europe
Founded in April 2012, Marvelous Europe Limited is the European arm of Marvelous Inc. a publicly listed entertainment company based in Tokyo. Marvelous is both a game developer and publisher with our popular PC and console titles including Story of Seasons and Rune Factory, in addition to third-party acquisitions such as Granblue Fantasy Versus and Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin.