Captain Tsubasa: Ace announced with trailer, Holly and Benji return to iOS and Android

Captain Tsubasa: Ace announced with trailer, Holly and Benji return to iOS and Android

Captain Tsubasa

Captain Tsubasa: Ace is the new mobile tie-in for iOS and Android, announced with a trailer from DeNa: we will see Holly and Benji in action on our smartphones and tablets.

After the success of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team , with its 35 million downloads, the arrival of another production based on the work of Yoichi Takahashi, also very famous in Italy thanks to the animated series, was inevitable.

Captain Tsubasa: Ace will be a game game based on competitive multiplayer and will include the spectacular special moves of the various characters, different game modes and atmospheres able to faithfully reproduce those of the anime.

In the title we will be able to control the various Tsubasa Oozora, Kojiro Hyuga and other players, retracing the events of the series and engaging in exciting online matches in which we will be able to demonstrate our skills on the pitch.

Captain Tsubasa: Ace does not yet have an official release date, but mobile productions usually come ann grease a few months or weeks after launch and in this case DeNa has already opened the pre-registrations.

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Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team introduces new RNG adjustments and quality-of-life updates in its latest patch

The popular anime sports gacha RPG Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team has announced that it is set to receive a ton of small but needed quality-of-life upgrades in its latest patch. These updates span everything from adjusting RNG results to make matches feel a bit fairer and less reliant on luck as well as adjustments to matchmaking and other in-game toss-ups.

Dream Team has been one of the most consistently updated mobile titles I’ve seen in a long time, as this update comes only a few days after announcing the start of the game’s annual tournament that lets every player test their might against one another for some very big prizes. Now, in an effort to make sure every match is fair and balanced, this update sees the addition of things like the ability to manually control your defence rather than leaving it up to the AI and chance as well as lessening the chance to fumble when in a winning match-up. For now, these features are in a beta testing phase to make sure players enjoy these changes.

To participate in this beta test, all you have to do is turn the feature on in the Regulations settings within Group and Friendly matches. The official Dream Team Discord is also hosting exhibition matches in the coming days with this feature on to see how players feel about them, and there will be a survey that all players whether in the Discord or not can take for feedback as well.

This is good news to any hardcore player of Captain Tsubasa, as all it really means is that everything will feel a lot fairer and not up to chance, leaving more room for the matches you play to be decided by skill and team composition instead. If you’d like to give the new features a shot yourself, you can check out Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team completely free by using either of the links below!

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