One of the more annoying things in card games is having to try and grind out cards. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel has addressed this, finally. Previous games in the franchise made the mistake of forcing the user to farm for points to buy random card packs, with no card crafting system included. That was a very terrible system, and everyone wanted it changed. There’s a reason modern card games like Hearthstone put a crafting system in.
Craft Points can be used in order to create a card that you need to finish a deck. This is arguably one of the best changes that Konami has made to the video game adaptations of Yu-Gi-Oh. Craft Points can be obtained by completing duels, and they can be then spent on the crafting menu to make the cards you want.
Another great change with Craft Points in Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is that you can put those duplicate cards to use. You can break down the various duplicate cards you earn as rewards to make more points. Then, spend those points on cards you can actually use. This all comes across as very similar to Duel Link, which used the Jewel system for unlocking cards.
How To Get Craft Points Easily
Craft Points in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel is a resource that can be used to craft a single card from the available options. You can get them from three primary methods.
- By playing and winning Duels in Yu-Gi-Oh Master Duel.
- Completing single-player missions that list the Crafting Points as the reward.
- Dismantling a duplicate card.
So now the aspiring Duelist in you has plenty of time to play. And don’t worry if you need to swap versions, the developers have included full cross-save support to help you out. If you jump to a new version of the game, you can easily bring your save over and continue playing. And with so many versions of the game floating around, you might need that a fair bit.