Force Friday: Topps Adds Rogue One Cards to Star Wars: Card Trader


Just in time for Force Friday, Topps has unveiled the first Rogue One – Premiere set, for its wildly popular digital trading card game, Star Wars: Card Trader, featuring beautifully illustrated art inspired by key characters and moments from the first Star Wars standalone film — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story…

For its wildly popular digital trading card mobile app game, Star Wars: Card Trader, Topps has released some gorgeous card designs that are inspired by Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and the Star Wars: Card Trader Force Awakens set of the same name.

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"With the first Rogue One Darth Vader card, the epic new set is poised to become one of Topps most sought after Rogue One sets ever.  The limited edition cards will be available starting September 30 through the weekend and will be the first set of Rogue One trading cards available to fans."

According to the official press release from Topps: Since September 23, fans have been claiming their own spot in a digital queue, for a chance to be the first to grab the Star Wars: Card Trader –Rogue One: A Star Wars Story digital trading cards.

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During last year’s Force Friday, fans of Star Wars: Card Trader caused a bit of a frenzy for The Force Awakens – Premiere set, so getting in the queue now, will ensure you won’t miss out on trading and collecting these beautifully striking cards.

"More than 1 million fans have traded, collected and played within Star Wars: Card Trader and an astounding 300 million packs have been opened since the launch of the app with cards traded over 60 million times."

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If you’re an Apple user, you can download Star Wars: Card Trader through the App Store, and if you’re an Android user, you can download the game from Google Play.

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We want to hear from you: Are you currently playing Star Wars: Card Trader? Are you excited for the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story additions to the game? Let us know in the comments below, and on social media with the hashtag #ForceFriday.