Kadokawa Games has shared new details on Natural Doctrine ahead of its approaching release.
In online mode, you can battle other players using an original deck of card-based units you’ve collected and assembled. The card’s original status, equipment, and skills are identical to what they are in single-player mode. But each card’s cost, size, and amount of Pluton possessed are critical in forming a deck.
Here’s a brief overview of how online mode flows:
- Construct a deck with the cards you have.
- Search for a battle or co-op room, or create your own and invite your PSN friends.
- Challenge a battle mission.
- Be awarded “Card Points” (CP), which can be used to buy new card packs.
And a bit of notes about deck structure:
- Each card has a maximum size of eight.
- There are cards with fractional sizes, like 1.5.
- There is a limit on the total cost of cards per deck.
- During co-op play, one side only uses a mini-deck.
Natural Doctrine is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan this Thursday, April 3. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.