From the official Japanese Twitter account, an alternate artwork of the V-dramon Secret Rare from Booster 1: NEW EVOLUTION. V-dramon was originally created for the 1998 manga Digimon Adventure V-Tamer 01, as were his evolutions Aero V-dramon and Ulforce V-dramon. This alternate artwork is based on an iconic scene from volume 1 chapter 7 of the manga, where under Taichi‘s instructions Zeromaru the V-dramon defeats the Perfect-level Triceramon by first weakening his outer armor with a V-Breath Arrow straight to the mouth, then punches through to finish him off.

Card NumberBT1-115Level4
Card TypeDigimonPlay Cost6
ColorBlueEvolution Cost3
Digimon TypeMythical DragonDP6000
AttributeVaccineRaritySecret Rare
StageAdultArtistsasasi
Main Effect[When attacking] [Once per turn] When you have a Tamer, Activate this Digimon.
Source Effect[During both turns] While you have a Blue Tamer, this Digimon gets +1000 DP.

Booster 1 launches in Japan on May 15th, 2020.

A sales sheet intended for card shops containing information about the second booster set of the 2020 Digimon Card Game, BT-02: ULTIMATE POWER, was leaked on Twitter late last night by a fan account. Booster 2 will launch on July 22nd, 2020, and introduce the colors Purple (紫) and Black (黒) with the former focusing on manipulating the Trash and the latter containing powerful Blockers. According to the product sheet every Super Rare in the set will be Ultimate level (Level 6) and some of its featured Digimon include Dukemon, Piemon, Ulforce V-dramon, Venom Vamdemon, and Black War Greymon.

ULTIMATE POWER’s setlist will comprise 112 cards: 44 Commons, 30 Uncommons, 26 Rares, 10 Super Rares, and 2 Secret Rares. Each booster pack will retail for 180 yen, and contain 6 cards plus one index card. The set will feature Tamer Cards for Takenouchi Sora and Kido Jou from the Digimon Adventure: TV anime series (currently on hiatus due to work complications from the Coronavirus pandemic) as well as cards for their partner Digimon.

According to the product sheet, the target demographic of the TCG is girls and boys over 10, with the “core target” ranging 10~30 years old.