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WarGames, an exciting new solo event, has arrived in WWE SuperCard, the collectible card-battling game from Cat Daddy Games. WarGames will be available as a free downloadable update on the Apple App Store for iOS devices, including iPhone and iPad; the Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for Android devices; and Facebook Gaming. 

WarGames will challenge players to battle for control across three rings and three rounds. Each ring will feature a random match-up type to test players’ deck-crafting skills. Player and AI cards fight for control of a ring, and any losing cards get KO’d. When the dust settles, whoever has the most cards in a ring earns points, and at the end of the three rounds, the player with the most points wins.

Designed using the foundational principles behind the Road to Glory and Ring Domination events, WarGames can be played at the player’s own pace with opportunities to get rewards at regular intervals as progress is made. Every WarGames event will run across several days and feature an event card in its top slot. 

WarGames will also feature giant crab monsters. What’s that all about? Players will just have to see for themselves!

As a bonus to celebrate the launch of WarGames, players can retrieve a free pack in the WWE SuperCard in-game store by logging in between Thursday, December 3, at 12 p.m. PST and Thursday, December 10, at 12 p.m. PST. This pack contains an Adam Cole “Cataclysm” card, a WarGames cardback, 1,000 SuperCoins and 25 draft picks.  

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WWE SuperCard - Battle Cards

From the creators of NBA 2K, WWE 2K, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, WWE SuperCard is the ultimate collectible card battle game where you build your deck of WWE Superstars and fight to rule the ring. Collect new cards and rewards daily and battle in events like SummerSlam, WarGames, Last Man Standing, or Money in the Bank!

Collect cards featuring WWE Legends and Hall of Famers from throughout WWE history. Build your deck and battle other players across a variety of game modes, real-time events, and PVP matches. Build your deck with the newest PPV event, SummerSlam!

Deck building has never been more fun with WWE Legends like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, John Cena, Undertaker, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan available for you to collect and level up. Build your ultimate WWE dream team featuring cards such as Sasha Banks, Bianca Belair, Roman Reigns and more!

Battle cards against other players from around the world in PVP matches and other card fighting games with your favorite WWE Superstars. Choose from thousands of cards to leg drop, Rock Bottom, and slam into the virtual mat. Create the ultimate fighting team and crush the competition!

The SuperCard universe expands with each update. Compete in monthly activities and keep up with the latest WWE events to collect cards with SuperStars featured in the latest WWE pay-per-views from Royal Rumble, Survivor Series to SummerSlam. Get collectible cards from the latest weekly shows, like NXT, NXT UK, SmackDown and Monday Night Raw.

CCG and WWE make the ultimate tag team. Hit the mat and join the millions of players across the globe who have downloaded WWE SuperCard -- and jump into its high-octane twist on CCG gameplay.

Joining reigning champion Roman Reigns is a slew of stars ready to rumble.
- Rey Mysterio
- Hulk Hogan
- Stacy Keibler
- Edge
- Sasha Banks
- Bianca Belair
- Bobby Lashley
- Drew McIntyre
- Asuka
- AJ Styles
- And much, much more!

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WWE Card Collecting
- Deck building featuring WWE Superstars, NXT Superstars, WWE Legends, and WWE Hall of Famers
- Collect WWE Champions and Legends like John Cena, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Mr. T, André the Giant, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Batista, Alexa Bliss, Randy Orton, Big E, Rhea Ripley, Becky Lynch, Xavier Woods, Bayley, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, Finn Bálor, Dominik Mysterio, Santos Escobar and more!
- Level up your cards in the new Performance Center to get a boost while you're offline
- Collect battle cards with SuperStars from the latest WWE matches

Card Fighting Games
- Build your deck of battle cards and use strategy to try to rule the ring in this card collecting game.
- Capture the briefcase in Money in the Bank
- Strategize your way through a King of the Ring tournament against others
- Climb the leaderboard against others in epic matches

Action Card Battles
- PVP multiplayer matches with real-time card battles
- Battle with a teammate and create the ultimate team with Team Battleground

Events, Challenges & Rewards
- Get ready for the newest PPV event starting August 21st: SummerSlam!
- Earn rewards in rotating events that shake up play and offer unique cards
- Earn bonuses from logging in daily or taking Open Challenges

Build your deck, collect pro WWE battle cards, and step into the ring in WWE SuperCard.

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WWE Supercard Season 7: Top 5 key new features and changes explained

(Pocket-lint) - WWE Supercard has grown enormously since its introduction for Android and iOS in 2014. It's community is massive and the game itself has changed significantly in all those years.

We've been playing it ourselves since Season 2 and continue to daily, so jumped at the chance to get a sneak peek at the changes coming with a Season 7 update this week.

Many of them are significant too - with new abilities, techniques, card tiers (of course) and more. Here then are the big changes coming to WWE Supercard and a brief explainer of the game for newcomers.

What is WWE Supercard?

WWE Supercard is a mobile card battle game featuring the wrestling superstars past and present who appear on WWE's weekly programming: Raw, Smackdown, NXT and NXT UK.

Players build a deck of superstars, both male and female, to battle both AI and PVP opponents in the ring across a number of different game modes. The superstars each have a number of key statistics based on their real-life counterparts and can be trained to be more powerful, have equipment added, form tag teams and more.

They are also available across multiple tiers, with new tiers of more powerful cards being released throughout the calendar year - therefore always giving regular players ways to improve their decks and constantly strive to have the best collection.

Teams of players can also be formed - much like clans - to battle other teams and win new cards. While all cards can also be won in nigh-on every game mode, by collecting them from hidden draft picks. Every so often, a card from the player's current tier will be awarded to help them advance.

Each battle itself plays out a bit like a more complicated game of Top Trumps. A superstar's stats will be compared to their opponent's and the one with the highest value wins. There is a lot more to it than that, but that's essentially the basics.

WWE Supercard is available for iOS on the Apple App Store here, and Android on Google Play here. You can also download it for Amazon Fire tablets here.

Now onto the key new features for Season 7...

WWE Supercard Season 7: New tiers

As with former seasonal updates, three new tiers are being introduced with Season 7: Bio-Mechanical, Swarm and Behemoth. They are increasingly more powerful in that order.

Not including event cards, which will be added later, the Bio-Mechanical tier is made up of 164 initial cards, as is Swarm, while Behemoth has an initial 152 superstars in the set.

The game is also resetting the bottom tier (which was Beast in Season 6) to Gothic.

One extra new tier feature - Collections - can be found in the game's Catalog. This year, attaining a set of specific cards in one tier will reward you a new card in a higher tier. For example, collect the Swarm versions of Xavier Woods, The Boogeyman, Shinsuke Nakamura, Edge, Nikki Cross and Naomi and you can claim a random Behemoth card.

WWE Supercard Season 7: Techniques

As well as the usual Power, Toughness, Speed, Charisma and Ability stats, each superstar is now assigned a Technique based on his or her real-world style. These techniques can modify some of the bonuses or outcomes of the next match that superstar is involved in.

This means that even though you might lose a match (in any game mode), you could gain a better chance to win the next one, no matter the opponent.

For example, a brawler (such as Roman Reigns or Kane) could have the Reversal Technique and get a 15 per cent chance to instantly replay a loss with a different stat match-up.

Note though, a pro'd card can only have one Technique and you might be combining two cards with separate Techniques (as they are randomly assigned based on their style types). You will be asked, in that case, to choose which to assign.

Techniques can also be improved by playing matches, or swapped through shuffling (which costs credits).

It adds more variety to the game for sure.

WWE Supercard Season 7: Card stats

This is an easy one. Over the years, cards have become ridiculously powerful, with each tier having increased stats over the last. This means that while the game originally started with stats listed in the 100s, the last tier of Season 6 - SummerSlam 20 - could be levelled up and pro'd to have stats in the millions.

This makes it much harder to instantly judge whether he or she will win a battle against a rival card. Developer Cat Daddy is therefore truncating stats going forward - making sure that cards have no more than four numbers per stat on screen at once.

That means a card that would have had 3,800,000 as a stat rating, will now be listed as 3.800M. They do not lose any power, it just makes it much easier to read at a glance. Stats under a million are truncated to the nearest 100,000.

WWE Supercard S7: PVP

A major change to the way the game modes work can be found in a new PVP section on the homepage.

In here, you see all the PVP game modes available at the same time: War, Royal Rumble, Women's Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber and Women's Elimination Chamber. You can pick to play any of them, as long as you have an available bout. You will be rewarded with momentum and SuperCoins accordingly (depending on the game mode).

So, if you want to blitz through games more quickly, you can chose to use your bouts in War, but you'll get less momentum points and SC than, say, Royal Rumble. Draft picks can also vary based on the mode you choose.

Basically, you no longer have to wait for Cat Daddy's cycle to get to the game mode you enjoy most.

WWE Supercard Season 7: SuperMove

One final major feature that could make a big difference in matches is SuperMove.

During a bout, your cards power up a new SuperMove Energy meter. It will continue to be filled across game modes and matches.

When full, it can be unleashed during a match you look to be losing to turn the tide. Maybe reducing the amount of times you need to force quit.

WWE Supercard Season 7: Other new features and tweaks

There will be some other new features and tweaks that we haven't been able to see in the demo build we had access to. These include the new WarGames event mode, which will not be available with the initial Season 7 update but is coming in December 2020.

However, we can tell you that it will require both male and female decks, with 16 top cards in each.

We can also tell you that there is a new Draft Picks section of the homepage, so you don't have to play a bout just to get draft picks you might have been unable to claim (say, you had too many cards in your deck already).

Speaking of which, card limits are identical to Season 6: 400 superstars/support, 100 equipment, 100 enhancements.

Another big change comes with the rewards ladder, although that kept crashing for us (was an early build after all). According to Cat Daddy, you will no longer have to play 15,000 games just to get a reward at the top end of the scale.

And finally, we didn't get to see much of the final store or how SuperCoins can be spent. But we'll be happy to find out along with every other player on Wednesday 18 November 2020 when Season 7 is finally available. We'll see you there.

Writing by Rik Henderson. Originally published on .

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From the creators of NBA 2K, WWE 2K, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, WWE SuperCard is the ultimate collectible card battle game where you build your deck of WWE Superstars and fight to rule the ring. Collect new cards and rewards daily and battle in events like SummerSlam, WarGames, Last Man Standing, or Money in the Bank!

Collect cards featuring WWE Legends and Hall of Famers from throughout WWE history. Build your deck and battle other players across a variety of game modes, real-time events, and PVP matches. Build your deck with the newest PPV event, SummerSlam!

Deck building has never been more fun with WWE Legends like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, John Cena, Undertaker, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Hulk Hogan available for you to collect and level up. Build your ultimate WWE dream team featuring cards such as Sasha Banks, Bianca Belair, Roman Reigns and more!

Battle cards against other players from around the world in PVP matches and other card fighting games with your favorite WWE Superstars. Choose from thousands of cards to leg drop, Rock Bottom, and slam into the virtual mat. Create the ultimate fighting team and crush the competition!

The SuperCard universe expands with each update. Compete in monthly activities and keep up with the latest WWE events to collect cards with SuperStars featured in the latest WWE pay-per-views from Royal Rumble, Survivor Series to SummerSlam. Get collectible cards from the latest weekly shows, like NXT, NXT UK, SmackDown and Monday Night Raw.

CCG and WWE make the ultimate tag team. Hit the mat and join the millions of players across the globe who have downloaded WWE SuperCard -- and jump into its high-octane twist on CCG gameplay.

Joining reigning champion Roman Reigns is a slew of stars ready to rumble.
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- Collect WWE Champions and Legends like John Cena, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Mr. T, André the Giant, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Batista, Alexa Bliss, Randy Orton, Big E, Rhea Ripley, Becky Lynch, Xavier Woods, Bayley, Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, Finn Bálor, Dominik Mysterio, Santos Escobar and more!
- Level up your cards in the new Performance Center to get a boost while you're offline
- Collect battle cards with SuperStars from the latest WWE matches

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- Build your deck of battle cards and use strategy to try to rule the ring in this card collecting game.
- Capture the briefcase in Money in the Bank
- Strategize your way through a King of the Ring tournament against others
- Climb the leaderboard against others in epic matches

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- PVP multiplayer matches with real-time card battles
- Battle with a teammate and create the ultimate team with Team Battleground

Events, Challenges & Rewards
- Get ready for the newest PPV event starting August 21st: SummerSlam!
- Earn rewards in rotating events that shake up play and offer unique cards
- Earn bonuses from logging in daily or taking Open Challenges

Build your deck, collect pro WWE battle cards, and step into the ring in WWE SuperCard.

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Best game

This might be the best game on the App Store. This is a great game all sorts of different games like Money in the back, Royal
rumble, woman’s Royal rumble,King of the ring, Election camber, and much more. I think the most common one is wild where you you cane fight with your top six cards if you get a WWE Xbox or PS4 game you cane get awesome card like for WWE 2k20 I got four epic cards. And if you win a game like Money in the bank you get points to get cards like nightmare Becky linch. But if you win a wild you get to pick random cards. But the problem with that is most or all of them are pretty bad maybe that’s just for me because I have great cards my top one is over 7000 power alone. You also get a card pack that have ok cards in it you can get superstars from RAW, SMACKDOWN, and NXT. So for me this game super fun and each bay you loge in you get one bay if you get five bays you get a free card pack if you get a ten bays you get better card pack and so on. And now you can upgrade your cards from the training center and their is so much stuff in this game that I bid not tell you about so I rate this game at lest 5 STARS.

Blind gamer girl

First and foremost I love how this game is like wwe just with cards. It reminds me of the old days with my Yugioh and Pokémon decks when I had more sight and plaid with a magnifier. There is something I want to address 2k and this is an on going issue, I am not asking you to change your games, not at all, but rather release updates that will give support to voice over when reading the menus and when there is an arrow pointing to a card that can even be tweaked, outside voice over it would be the same, i have tried games with voice over support and it simply has voice over tell you what to do, like tap to the right, swipe etc. This could be implemented and with full voice over support for text menus and reading menus and directions put out to voice over to tap to the right or left i think its usually the left but I’m not sure sinc e i can’t see it. I have tried trial and error tapping places. With the facebook somehow it supports being able to sync the game and login using Facebook but that was accidental since i could not really read the screens. If this game was made to support you would have many blind people who love WWE playing this and maybe some buying the card packs. I really wanted to buy some packs like I wanted to jump over all the battles and see if I could buy my idle Paige and i wanted that Wrestlemania pack that was sale but found no point since I can’t play. I just get the alert in my notifications.

Awesome game but the glitches is getting annoying

Ok first off I love this game and I’m shattered + and I have been playing this game since it released so I’m a veteran but one thing that I keep on noticing is that on every update the glitches don’t get fixed with the pulls from the draft board like when I got to shattered tier it took me a while to get my free pull and when I turned shattered + I don’t get a free pull but sometimes it says waiting on network for a couple of seconds then give me the card this is starting to get on my nerves a little but I know y’all can fix this but is there a way to maybe update the game with trading cards to because I know y’all have been getting a lot of feedback saying that and it would be cool to trade with people across the world but it obviously has to be a even trade for it to happen if y’all do add this then this is going to be a money grabber lol but I barely spend money on this game for packs because I grind for everything instead of taking the easy way out but hopefully y’all fix this

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2K Sports

Size
812.1 MB

Category
Games

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

Age Rating
9+ Infrequent/Mild ContestsInfrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

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© Published by 2K Sports. 2K Sports is a Division of 2K, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Price
Free

In-App Purchases

  1. Medium Credits Pack$4.99
  2. Small Credits Pack$1.99
  3. Big Credits Pack$19.99

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  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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WWE SuperCard

2014 video game

WWE SuperCard is a 2014 video game for iOS and Android, and a mobile installment in the WWE video game series, developed by Cat Daddy Games[1] and published by 2K Games. It is a collectible card game featuring WWE superstars.

Gameplay[edit]

Modes[edit]

The game has several game modes: Wild (introduced in Season 3 as a name change for Exhibition), King of the Ring, Road to Glory, People's Champion Challenge (retired after Season 2), Ring Domination (introduced in Season 2), Money in the Bank (introduced in Season 2), Team Battleground (introduced in Season 3), Royal Rumble (introduced in Season 3), Ranked which had its name changed to "War" mode with the launch of Season 4 on November 15, 2017, Elimination Chamber (introduced in Season 4), Women's Royal Rumble (introduced in Season 4), Last Man Standing (introduced in Season 4), Over The Limit (introduced in Season 5), Giants Unleashed (introduced in Season 5), Team Roadblock (introduced in Season 6), Clash of Champions (introduced in Season 6) War Games (Introduced in Season 7) Code Breaker (Introduced in Season 7) and Team Stomping Grounds (Introduced in Season 7).

Wild Mode[edit]

In a wild match, the player has to set up a group of four male superstars, two female superstars, and two support cards. The player gets to pick from any cards that are unlocked between seasons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. The player gets to choose from three opponents, which are similar to the player's tier. The game provides the number of matches won and lost by the opponent. After selecting an opponent, the player begins a match against the opponent's deck. All games of Wild are set inside the NXT[2][circular reference] arena in season 4. In season 3, they would be held in a gym or a bar with WWE logos throughout the venue. Eaclolh Wild match features a variety of matches in which the player selects one or two cards with or without a support card suiting to the one or two stats to be compared in the match and that the match is for the male superstars, female superstars, or tag teams. In such a game, there are usually three matches, each carrying one point, which goes to the winning player. A match can end in a tie, in which case both players earn one point each, possibly leading to a tie between the players. In such a case, there is an extra match and its winner wins the whole match. Each win awards the player two picks whereas a loss provides only one pick and a perfect 3–0 victory provides an extra pick which makes a total of three picks. Player are also able to watch an ad for an extra four bonus picks.

King of the Ring[edit]

In King of the Ring (KOTR), matches are simulated. The player builds a deck of eight superstars, two divas, and two support cards, which determines the player's tier and rewards. Then the AI matches up the player with 14 other players/bots and the player's lineup plays simulated matches with each of the opponent player's squad three times (not consecutively) in a particular order, with each match lasting 10 minutes and a gap of 50 minutes between each match. Half of the players of the deck is active and loses stamina (8 per match) and the other inactive half gains stamina (40 per match). With the decrease in stamina, the stats of a card decrease as well, so the player might use energy cards obtained from the card picks to fill a card's energy bar (players can gather up to 40) and the player might also use one or more of the stat boosts to increase the particular stat(s) of each card in the active part of the deck by 15 percent (players can gather five of each boost) for the next match only. After playing 45 matches, the top eight players move onto the contenders bracket and the quarter finals, where there are two or three consecutive matches between two players of the top eight each in order to find the winner. Players each receive KOTR rewards as per the position 45 minutes after their last matches.

In season 2, KOTR was changed so that the deck consists of seven superstars, three divas, and two support cards. Then the AI matches up the player with 15 other players/bots and the player's lineup plays simulated matches with each of the opponent player's squad three times (not consecutively) in a particular order with each match lasting 10 minutes and a gap of 50 minutes between each match. The full deck is in play, unlike Season 1. The stamina system is the same as in Season 1, except the total number of Energy cards that can be accumulated increased to 25 from 10. After playing 45 matches the top eight players move onto the contenders bracket and the quarter finals, where there are two or three consecutive matches between two players of the top 8 each in order to find the winner. Players each receive KOTR rewards as per the position 45 minutes after their last matches.

In Season 4, KOTR changed again. KOTR in Season 4 splits a total of 32 players into 4 teams of 8 people each with 2 sets of 16 players starting in either a 205 Live or NXT bracket. In season 4 KOTR, there are no more qualifying matches and all players are instead put straight into a contender's bracket where all four groups are displayed. Every time the player and/or some of the player's group members win, the player is rewarded for moving onto the next stage in the bracket and moves up to either the Raw or SmackDown bracket depending on which bracket the player advanced from. Players who came from the 205 Live bracket move up to the SmackDown bracket, while those in the NXT bracket move to the Raw bracket. However, losing players would be knocked out of the bracket and KOTR would end. KOTR in Season 4 takes just over a full day to complete, compared to the two or more days it took to complete in seasons 1–3. Rewards are giving according to the player's KOTR tier.

People's Champion Challenge (discontinued)[edit]

In a PCC, players chose one of the two sides available and played to add wins to the superstar's side they chose to earn points. PCC matches were just like Wild Mode matches, but here, the player got only three opponents to choose from with wins awarding points that could be earned by defeating the opponent chosen. Also, players could earn title matches through card picks earned from PCC matches, which, upon use, doubled the points that could be earned by winning against any of the three opponents, but these cards reset the board of cards available for picking once one such card is found. Players earned points to move up in the rankings and, at the end of the event, players were awarded cards on the basis of the winning side and the players' rankings. This mode has now been retired.

On May 21, 2020, WWE SuperCard added a similar event mode as People's Champion Challenge, named Clash of Champions (titled after the pay-per-view of the same name), sharing previous features from People's Champion Challenge such as choosing two different sides, and elements from different events such as Last Man Standing and Giants Unleashed. Like most modes, Clash of Champions has a bout system with a free bout every 15 minutes.

Road to Glory[edit]

In Road to Glory, the player must construct a team of 16 superstars, 4 female superstars, and 2 support cards. Before playing, players choose their opponents like they would with People's Champion Challenge to earn points. This mode works just like exhibition but with more matches. The mode is split in four rounds where each player is given four random cards. Play works like Wild Mode. After four rounds, the player who wins the most matches is the winner. Depending on the results of the match, the player can earn 3 to 9 draft picks on the board with a rare card or higher or a title match card resetting the board. After earning a certain number of points, the player can earn a card starting with WrestleMania 36 and work their way up to earn a special card that can only be obtained from the event. Like some other modes (i.e. Royal Rumble), this mode uses a bout system in which players can play five matches in a row. The player can earn a free match every 15 minutes or pay for bouts with credits.

Ring Domination[edit]

This mode consists of a deck made of 10 Superstars and 2 Support cards (no females). The mode is played on a 3x3 grid (9 tiles), and the aim is to own the most tiles at the end of bout. Players start with a hand of six cards (and two support cards) dealt randomly from their decks. Placing a card in a tile controls the tile for the player, and the opponent may use the cards' alignment to challenge for a tile. The challenge is a single match between the two cards based on randomly selected attributes, and the winner of the match controls the loser's tile. This goes on until all nine tiles are filled with cards. The player with the most tiles is the winner. This mode is contested player vs AI; the winner receives four picks, and the loser receives two. The picks go towards unveiling a special card. Once the card is fully revealed, the player receives that card. There is a special "Pick Doubler" boost that can be found that doubles the picks received from the next bout (win or lose). There are five free bout slots to start, and a new free bout is available every 15 minutes if a slot is open.

Team People's Champion Challenge (discontinued)[edit]

This is an extension of the normal PK. A team is to be created consisting of four or more members to be eligible in the team PCC. Then there is a pool created of cards from each member. Each hand contains two superstars, one female superstar and one support card. Enhancements may or may not be contributed. When a Team CC starts, Every player has to choose a side, and the team will play for the side which has been chosen the most. But as in PCC, the winning superstar/diva is the reward, irrespective of the team's choice.

The matchlock is like exhibition but each player gets three opponents to choose from with the points that can be earned by defeating the opponent instead of their tiers to determine the opponent's deck's difficulty level. Each deck will be randomly selected from the previously made pool of cards. Also one can earn title matches through card picks earned from PIC matches which upon use, triple the points that can be earned by winning against any of the three opponents but these cards reset the set of cards available for picking once one such card is found. The player earns points to move the team up in the rankings and at the end of the event is awarded cards on the basis of the winning side and the team's ranking.

Season 2[edit]

Season 2 introduced tokens and multi-charge enhancements to the cards, as well as a new tier, SummerSlam, named for WWE's annual August pay-per-view event. Additionally, the cards will level up skills with a feature called Play Levels. After Season 2 was introduced, Season 1 cards were made ineligible to play against Season 2 cards, additionally, the Fusion Chamber is used to convert higher-levels Season 1 cards into Season 2 cards.[3]

Season 3[edit]

In season 3, several new modes were introduced. A Royal Rumble game mode is introduced, with players battling 15 cards against each other. New card tiers, Hardened, Elite and Ultimate, all with cards branded RAW, SmackDown! LIVE and NXT depending on the superstar and which brand they were on after the 2016 WWE brand split, and later, WrestleMania 33 and SummerSlam '17 and a ranked player vs. player mode were added.[4] An emoji feature, referred to as Attitudes, was added to the game as well.[5]

Season 4[edit]

New Events added to Season 4 include an all-female Elimination Chamber and Women's Royal Rumble events.[6] Live Player vs. Player modes have been merged into weekly leagues, where players can earn points and upgrades heading into the next week's league. New card tiers Beast, Monster, Titan, WrestleMania 34, SummerSlam '18 and Goliath, were made available as well.

Another new mode, Last Man Standing, launched on April 18, 2018, which now means players need to buy coins from the game to stand any chance of getting a card. The mode features increasingly challenging Arenas, and players compete to place on the leaderboard against others.[7]

Season 5[edit]

Season 5 has brought a completely new layout of the game, with the addition of being able to use multiple fusion chambers at once. In addition to this, three new tiers were added: Gothic, Neon and Shattered. In December, they announced the introduction of a new event, Over The Limit. It debuted on December 11, 2018 with an Elias event card. On April 3, 2019, WrestleMania 35 tier was added, and on June 12, 2019 the Cataclysm tier was added as well. In August 2019, the Summerslam 19 tier was added.

Season 6[edit]

More than 250 new cards have been added to the game across seven new tiers: Nightmare, Primal, Vanguard, Royal Rumble, WrestleMania 36, Elemental and Summerslam '20 with an all-new leveling system for Season 6 cards. There's also an all-new Performance Center feature to help players train their cards up faster and helps players play matches in the performance centre. On January 22, 2020 Royal Rumble Tier was added, and WrestleMania 36 Tier was added on March 25, 2020. Two new event modes were added in May when Women's Giants Unleashed launched on May 7, 2020 alongside Clash of Champions, which was released on May 21, 2020. On June 10, 2020, Elemental Tier was added. Also, on August 20, 2020, Summerslam '20 tier was added. It included the debut cards of Santos Escobar, Timothy Thatcher, and Scarlett.

Season 7[edit]

Over 200 new cards have been added to the game with three tiers; Bio-Mechanical, Swarm, & Behemoth, launched on November 18, 2020. Brand new features such as Styles and Techniques were added to the game to give a players an advantage when they play with the new addition to the game. A new currency was launched named "SuperCoins", replacing previous currency such as Team Battleground Points, Money in the Bank Contracts, and League Points. A new solo event mode was launched on December 3, 2020 named WarGames, named after NXT Takeover WarGames match, where usually two teams compete against each other inside a cage. In the event, there are 3 three rounds,in which you must take control of 3 rings at once, with the winner scoring the most points and a bonus addition of 20 points. WarGames has similar elements to Giants Unleashed, where you climp your way through the milestone rewards to obtain the event card, and elements of Road to Glory where both event modes have a set of points you must acquire to obtain the event card. Like most event modes, WarGames has a bout system, with a free bout occurring every 15 minutes. On January 20, 2021, WWE SuperCard launched a new tier named Royal Rumble '21 (titled after the pay-per-view of the same name) with over 150 new cards. Also New Special Event Cards that have been released are special 3:16 Stone Cold Steve Austin Royal Rumble '21 Cards along with the coming of Royal Rumble '21 Fusion cards. Also there has been a Legion Of Doom Leak in the Royal Rumble '21 Event Cards. On March 31, 2021, WWE SuperCard launched the WrestleMania 37 tier, along with a "dusting" feature which allows useless cards to be dusted to fill a points meter towards accessing a special draft board with 16 possible picks on a 4-x-4 draft board. Picks on the exclusive board are only at most 3 tiers below a player's Top 8 tier, with one card guaranteed as a pull of their tier, unless the player is WrestleMania 37-WrestleMania 37++, in which case the top cards which can be drawn are Royal Rumble '21. On May 6, 2021 a new event titled CodeBreaker (with similar elements to Last Man Standing, Giants Unleashed, and Clash of Champions) was established, with the first event card being Kane. On June 9, 2021, WWE SuperCard launched the Forged tier, featuring over 70 cards. On August 11, 2021, WWE SuperCard released the SummerSlam '21 tier, with the first event card being The British Bulldog.

Reception[edit]

The game has a Metacritic score of 85 based on 7 critic reviews.[8]

TouchArcade wrote "For a new IP, WWE SuperCard manages to hang with the best of them. Even without purchasing cards left and right you can still enjoy yourself, which is great news for skeptics or WWE fans".[9]

Tiers[edit]

John Cena Card Wrestlemania S1 Tier
Liv Morgan Card Neon Tier
Apollo Crews Card Summerslam '21 Tier
Tiers
Common S1
Uncommon S1
Rare S1
Super Rare S1
Ultra Rare S1
Epic S1
Legendary S1
Survivor S1
Wrestlemania S1
Common S2
Uncommon S2
Rare S2
Super Rare S2
Ultra Rare S2
Epic S2
Legendary S2
Survivor S2
Wrestlermania S2
Summerslam
Hardened
Elite
Ultimate
Wrestlemania 33
Summerslam '17
Beast
Monster
Titan
Wrestlemania 34
Goliath
Summerslam '18
Gothic
Neon
Shattered
Wrestlemania 35
Cataclysm
Summerslam '19
Nightmare
Primal
Vanguard
Royal Rumble
Wrestlemania 36
Elemental
Summerslam '20
Bio-Mechanical
Swarm
Behemoth
Royal Rumble '21
Wrestlemania 37
Forged
Summerslam '21

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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