Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days Announced for Steam and Switch

Bushiroad has announced Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days, a new video game on the trading card game series. It’ll be released on Switch and PC via Steam this winter. While the company hasn’t officially confirmed it’ll be available in English yet, the official English account for Cardfight!! Vanguard shared the news with a translated version of the logo’s subtitle and main character profile.

While Cardfight!! Vanguard media has been released worldwide in the format of physical cards, anime and more, none of the previous console games had an English version. As such, this is a big opportunity for the franchise to gather even more fans and to bring a new interesting way to enjoy the card games for some of the dedicated fanbase.

Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days will feature over 1,000 Standard Format cards allowing a lot of variety for the deck building. The story will be original but based on the fourth season of the anime, Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress, which featured character designs originally created by Clamp and finalized by Hiroyuki Saita. New characters were conceived by Akira Itou.

The main character in the game is Yuki Ichidoji, whose voice actress is Yuka Nishio. She seems to be a passionate girl who excels at both academics and athletics but doesn’t let it go to her head. One day she decides to tail her older brother, Rasen Nishio, and this ends up in her introduction to the world of Vanguard.

Check out two of the initial screenshots (still low resolution) of Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days from the Japanese official site as well as the promotional material shared by the English Cardfight!! Vanguard Twitter account:

We’ll let you know as Bushiroad reveals more information on Cardfight!! Vanguard Dear Days, including official confirmation of its English release, trailers of the game and the release date.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

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