Konami Digital Entertainment has three releases planned for its Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card games in August: Structure Deck: Rokket Revolt,  Speed Duel: Scars of Battle Booster and Speed Duel Starter Decks: Ultimate Predators.

On August 2, Yu-Gi-Oh! Speed Duel: Scars of Battle Booster Set and Speed Duel Starter Decks: Ultimate Predators will release. The Scars of Battle Booster Set contains 45 new-to Speed Duel cards, and 5 new Skill cards. Bandit Keith will join Speed Dueling in this release, along with his army of nightmarish Machines. Bonz and Rex Raptor get new Skills and other characters get boosts with new cards. The 50-card set includes 34 Commons, 8 Super Rares, and 8 Ultra Rares (45 cards and 5 new Skill cards).

Speed Duel Starter Decks: Ultimate Predators brings two archrivals to the game: Rex Raptor and Weevil Underwood.  Speed Duel Starter Decks: Ultimate Predators will include two ready-to-duel Speed Duel decks, including 2 Ultra Rare variant cards specially chosen to boost each deck’s strategy.  Each character in the Starter Decks includes 30 cards and 2 new Skills each. Rex unleashes prehistoric rage with his “Dinosaur Kingdom,” “Night Sonic Blast” and “Serpent Night Dragon.” Weevil and his Insects will bring “Hidden parasite,” “Hyper Metamorphosis,” and “Perfectly Ultimate Great Moth” to the game.

The Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game will get a new Structure Deck, Rokket Revolt on August 16. This deck taken from the Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS animation plays off Varis’ (Revolver in the Japanese version) “Rokket” strategy which is build on low-level Dark dragons that replace themselves on the field during the End Phase of a turn where they’re destroyed. The 40-card Main Deck and 6-card Extra Deck offer duelists a total of 46 cards. The Extra Deck monsters include The Dragon “Borrel” monsters, and Cyberse “Topologic” monsters. The deck includes 39 Commons, 4 Super Rares,  and 3 Ultra Rares; as well as a beginner’s guide and a double-sided game mat/dueling guide.

The Yu-Gi-Oh1 2019 Gold Sarcophagus Tin will also release in August (see “'2019 Gold Sarcophagus Tin'”).