Build a Team and Battle in Digital Card Game Marvel Battle Lines

Posted by | October 25, 2018 | Mobile, News, Video | No Comments

Korean MMO developer Nexon have partnered with Marvel to release a new mobile digital card game. Marvel Battle Lines is free-to-download with in-app purchases, and it’s available now on iOs and Android.

Marvel Battle Lines features a 3×4 battlefield grid where players play character and ability cards from their custom 12-card deck. Characters are drawn from the deep roster of 100+ Marvel comic heroes and villains, including Captain America, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Venom, and Squirrel Girl. Each card features custom character art produced exclusively for the game.

“Marvel Battle Lines brings an entirely new level of immersive competition to card battle games by breaking the traditional molds of the genre and giving players more control of the game board itself,” said Lawrence Koh, General Manager at Nexon. “At Nexon, it’s our goal to create fun and engaging games that can be played for years, and Marvel fans and competitive gamers alike can expect a steady roll out of new cards to collect and shake up strategies, regular live events and challenges and much more in the days, months and years ahead.”

The single player campaign features an original story written by Marvel scribe Alex Irvine. Cosmic shards have been spotted raining down from the sky, and it’s up to players to stop them from falling into the wrong hands.

The PVP mode features real time, turn-based combat. Players will be able to earn and collect cards by playing both the Story and PvP modes. New single player content will be added periodicially though storylines and events.

Marvel Battle Lines is available now on iOS and Android mobile devices. It’s rated E10+.

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