No, you can play the deck what you want...but you are right with the second: Casual does not count. Why do CDPR write Classic game mode, if Casual does not count? They could write "Ranked" and all is clear...or is this a bug?
I would like to know this too.What does specific ornaments in the shop for the winning team mean ?
That the respective ornament (that already exists) can be bought with meteorite powder or that new ornaments for the winning mode are added to the shop ?
Because it no longer exists. There is classic play and there is a toggle (at some point). CDPR tried their hardest to promote only that one game mode. I disagree with it, yes, but I understand their naming convention, calling it classic. However, that's just the semantics. That doesn't explain why the toggle doesn't work.But casual does not count, so?
When @Payus answered to @Rizlazz420's question he said something different.I do not think you need it to get the first quests (at the very least the wording implies one does not need it).
You said:Because it no longer exists. There is classic play and there is a toggle (at some point).
..and Shupe's challenge requires classic games but only ranked works.Because classic is casual and ranked.
Unranked? Ranked?I played Classic without Shupe deck and I see progress already
What do you mean by rules? You have challenge quests listed in panel.Does anyone know what the rules of the challenge actually are? Or is it part of the challenge to figure it out? Why not call it Shupe’s mysterious challenge?