KARDS Starter Pack DLC for Free- The WWII Card Game

Kards is a free-to-play online digital collectible card game with a World War II theme. It was created by 1939 Games and launched for Windows on April 15, 2020.

The Epic Games Store is giving away KARDS Starter Pack DLC worth $9.99 for free. This freebie will be available till 16/06/2022.

Get the Starter Pack  DLC/Addon by visiting this link: https://store.epicgames.com/starter-pack

Get the free-to-play Kards Base game at: https://store.epicgames.com/kards

The KARDS Starter Pack has everything you need to start your own collection. Make specialized decks compete with other players, test your skill at drafting for great rewcards and fun, and use the extra wildcards to add to your collection.

About KARDS Starter Pack

  • 2 Base Packs, containing 5 cards from the base set
  • 2 Allegiance Packs, containing 5 cards from the Allegiance Expansion
  • 2 Draft tickets, allowing you to compete in draft mode and earn rewards
  • 5 Standard Wildcards
  • 2 Limited Wildcards
  • 1 Special Wildcard
KARDS Starter Pack

About KARDS Game:

Everyone can enjoy playing this digital strategic card game. The game mixes conventional CCG gameplay with innovative mechanics inspired by classic strategy games and actual military tactics. Take charge and engage other players in large-scale conflict on the ground, in the air, or at sea.

The game is played by two people, each of whom has a deck of 40 cards with a theme from World War II.

The themes are Nazi Germany, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, the US, Imperial Japan, France, Poland, and Fascist Italy. For instance, a German deck uses Blitzkrieg to flood the opponent with tanks and win the game. The goal is to destroy a card on the board that shows the enemy’s headquarters.

Before going into battle, you build your decks and plan their strategies, just like any other card game. The point of the game is to beat the other player.

KARDS has a familiar setting, but the frontline mechanic and resource management add a strategic layer to the battlefield. The frontline adds both the idea of the range and the ability to move, which makes the game more tactical.