Deck-Building Card Battler ‘Monster Train First Class’ Is Out Now On Switch – Nintendo Life

If you love nothing more than getting stuck into a good old card game complete with deck-building and strategic battles, you might want to check out Monster Train First Class, out now on Switch.

The game has just launched on Nintendo’s platform with ‘The Last Divinity’ DLC, as well as “tons of bonus cards, units and gameplay features” added since the game’s original release, included as standard. A strategic roguelike deck-builder, it has you defending three vertical battlegrounds simultaneously, tasking you with choosing your route, recruiting powerful units, and upgrading your cards to secure victory.

There are “hundreds” of cards to unlock in total, and you’ll find that there are multiple solutions that can get you through the game’s tactical challenges. Here’s a feature list to tell you a little more:

Roguelike Card Strategy with a Twist: Put your tactical skills to the ultimate test and experience a fresh take on deck-building with not one, but three battlegrounds to defend at the same time.

Choose Your Challenge: Monster Train First Class delivers 25 difficulty levels to overcome! Take on new daily challenges with hugely modified gameplay mutators and compete on the global leaderboards, then design your own unique challenges and share them with friends!

Endless Replayability: No run is ever the same! Unlock new items, choose different routes and decks, and face ever-changing enemies and bosses, with even more content included with “The Last Divinity” DLC.

Build & Master Unique Decks: Construct your decks from hundreds of upgradeable cards and a variety of monster clans with multiple levels to unlock.

Cross-Play Online Multiplayer: Hell Rush mode gives up to eight players a frantic real-time competitive multiplayer battle of skills with cross-play between PC, Xbox and Switch. You can also invite your friends on any platform to play custom cross-play matches with you.

You’ll find Monster Train First Class on the eShop for $29.99 / €29.99. Are you thinking of giving it a go? Let us know with a comment.

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