Marvel Snap has finally been released publically and it’s pretty fun! Each game lasts no more than 10 minutes and throws in a good measure of chaos to keep each game fresh.
If you’re coming in from other card games, there might be a few interesting features that you might want to take note of.
Getting New Cards in Marvel Snap
As with most card games, having a deep card pool is critical in your deckbuilding journey. For the most part, cards are obtained by upgrading existing cards (more on that later) and completing the season pass.
The season pass tree unlocks cards which can be achieved by completing daily missions. These usually fall in the realm of “Play X cards with X cost” or “Win X games”. Simple stuff.
Upgrading Cards in Marvel Snap
While you will want to upgrade cards as you gain boost points (a form of card-specific currency), you might want to hold off as you reach around 40 Collection Level.
The reason why you’d want to hold off is that the cost doubles with each card rank upgrade. This consumes both Credits and Boost points. So invest in the card you play with often!
Upgrading Cards Only Increases How Fancy They Look
Marvel Snap is not pay to win….yet. So it’s a good time to get a head start. By upgrading cards, players get to unlock fancy cosmetic upgrades for each card and, at the same time, increase your card collection level to open up….more cards!
Discover New Cards Missing From Your Marvel Snap Collection
With quite a deep pool of cards to be found in Marvel Snap, the game does a good job of alerting you of cards you’re seeing for the first time.
However, if you want to find out what other cards there are in the universe, the fastest way is to open your deck builder menu. From there, navigate to the bottom right for and hit the “filter” icon.
From there, sort by “unowned” and you’ll be able to see which cards you’re missing in your collection.
Marvel Snap is currently extremely new so the playing field is pretty even. So if you’re looking for a new card game to play on the go, do check it out! It’s currently available via mobile and PC.
Gerald currently straddles between his love of video games and board gaming. There’s nothing that interests him more than trying out the newest and fanciest gadget in town as well. He dreams of publishing a board game sometime in the future!