Counterplay Games’ free-to-play strategy-based, collectible card game Duelyst is officially live following six months of beta testing. The game offers players a variety of competitive modes, including a ranked season ladder, practice mode, and more.

To celebrate the release of the game, Counterplay has released two new trailers. The first (seen above) is a brand new gameplay trailer. The other is the game’s opening cinematic, which you can watch here.

To download Duelyst, head over to the game’s official site.

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  1. Alohass on April 28, 2016

    What card game? I have played this game and you do not even see cards in you hand, just some minions.

    The game looks terible. The pixel ” art” is a joke, the board is too small, cant tell minions appart, the numbers and text is too small. it has that pathetic emotes like HS. The game is a joke

    • To Idiot Alohass on April 28, 2016

      what a fuk you talking about , board is not small and you can see text clearly, pixel art is very good not sure what did you played but it is not this game lol…stop trolling

      • ALOHASS on April 29, 2016

        Kiddo, if the concept of reading and understanding simple English is too hard for you then that is your and your poor parents problem. Now shush

        • Ana on April 29, 2016

          Classic move of a pathetic person involving his parents in argument…go back yo your cave alohass

  2. Miki on April 27, 2016

    it is good card game but for some reason it didnt hook me up…something is missing and idk what….

    • Treadhead on April 29, 2016

      I agree, everything about this is good but it just didn’t click with me. Scrolls by Mojang was the same way , I suppose I would just prefer to play with cards instead of a card/board-game hybrid.