- To reset Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel account on Steam, you can delete your Konami ID.
- But the best way to reset Master Duel is to create a new Steam account and download Master Duel to it.
- You can have one Master Duel account per Steam account, allowing you to start over without losing your original account.
Like most “gacha” games, Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel gives new players a huge amount of free cards and gems to start playing. So if you want to create a new deck but don’t have the money, you may want to reset your account and take advantage of all the new player rewards.
It is not difficult to reset your Master Duel account on Steam, but there is a trick that you can use that is better than reset. Here’s how it works.
How to reset Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel account on Steam
If you really want to start over and don’t care about losing your current cards and ranks, you can reset the Master Duel by deleting your Konami ID account.
To delete your Konami ID, Head over to the My KONAMI website And log in. When you get to your account page, click Delete KONAMI ID at the bottom of the page. Agree to all terms of deletion and confirm your decision.
The next time you log into Master Duel, it should treat you as a new user.
How to start a new Steam Master Duel account without losing data
Although there is no official way to do this, it is very easy to run multiple Master Duel accounts simultaneously. This allows you to reset whenever you want, without losing all the cards, decks, gems, and ranks you’ve already earned.
To do this, simply create a new Steam account and add Master Duel to its library. When you open the game, it will treat you like a completely new user, even if they are on the same computer. And when you want to switch between Master Duel accounts, just switch Steam accounts.
You can also create a new Konami ID for your new Master Duel account, which will allow you to play from that account on any other device with Master Duel. Just don’t try to link a Konami ID that already contains Master Duel data to your new Master Duel account – it could get you banned.
There is no limit to the number of Steam accounts you can have, but each account needs a unique email address.