Version 2.8 introduces the Quest Board, special bonuses for new players, and more
TOKYO, JAPAN – November 2, 2020 – The biggest CAPCOM crossover card game is bringing the fight down south! GungHo Online Entertainment (GOE) has announced that TEPPEN, the ultimate card battle game co-developed with CAPCOM, is now playable in South and Central America. These 18 new countriesalso receive version 2.8, which introduces the Quest Board, limited-time Special Missions, balance changes, and more.
The following countries can now start putting together decks from their favorite series like Street Fighter or Devil May Cry withHeroes like Akuma, aka the Raging Demon, or the Devil Hunter himself, Dante.
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
To celebrate the launch, login bonuses will reward all players with free Zenny, Souls, one “The Tale of Amatsu no Kuni” Pack Ticket, and an Epic “Ryu (TFS 012)” Card. Players can also earn rewards through Special Missions that reward Zenny and an Epic Secret “Huitzil (TFS 039)” Card.
For new users, there will be limited-time rewards to help power up and get involved in the TEPPEN community. All new players across the globe will receive 30 “Adventures of a Tiny Hero” Pack Tickets and 20 “CORE” Pack Tickets. Additionally, adding a friend in-game will give players two “The Tale of Amatsu no Kuni” Pack Tickets.
Looking for a new challenge? Version 2.8 adds the Quest Board – a 3×3 grid with quests in each space (9 in total). Players who complete them will earn rewards and unlock features like Ranked Matches and Free Matches, and players who unlocked those features prior to the update will retain them.
Finally, Version 2.8 also brings updates to Chronicles, limited-time Special Missions, a new “Vaal Hazak” Ranked Match, and balance changes.
There’s only one way to Rise to the Top – playing TEPPEN! TEPPEN is the Ultimate Card Battle game where units you command operate in real time, featuring dynamic action with over-the-top attacks blowing up your screen. With astonishing graphics and a cutting-edge battle system, TEPPEN is the card game to end all other card games! Command popular Heroes (characters) from Monster Hunter, Devil May Cry, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and other series in All-Star action from Capcom’s finest!
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