Supercell, which is famous for its mobile game Clash of Clans, is set to release a new game for mobiles in December – Brawl Stars. To make the fans interested in the new title, Supercell published the first trailer of the upcoming game and opened up the pre-registration.
Just like the Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, both two of the most popular mobile games ever, the upcoming game, called Brawl Stars, will also be an online multiplayer game. You can see how it looks like in the official presentation video that Supercell launched yesterday.
But the details of the game are still trying to keep the creator under the lid, even though, in some countries, Brawl Stars is already available for beta testers, reportedly.
However, Supercell would officially launch the game in December, but the fans can already pre-register on the Supercell website and obtain preferential access to the Beta version.
Clash of Clans Creators, Supercell, To Launch A New Fast-Paced Action Mobile Game, Brawl Stars
As for the gameplay, the published teaser shows clearly that it will be another fast-paced action game in which players will battle with each other. It can be expected that, just like Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, the upcoming Brawl Stars would roll out for free but with in-app purchases.
Supercell, however, gives players the option of exchanging real money for virtual ones. In general, people can improve their characters, assets, or even buildings in the game faster and gain a valuable competitive advantage over other players. Precisely on this principle Supercell made a fortune with the microtransactions recorded by Clash of Clans and Clash Royale titles which both have been recognized as two of the most popular mobile games ever.
However, Supercell also developed other titles, but none of them was as successful as Clash of Clans. Maybe Brawl Stars would do that, finally. Just for the record, Hay Day, Boom Beach, Battle Buddies, Pets vs. Orcs, and Spooky Pop are a few of the mobile games created by Supercell.
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