Approximately 18 months after its soft launch, Brawl Stars, the latest creation of Supercell, the devs behind Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, two of the most popular mobile games at the moment, rolled out globally. And, even though it’s a good game as it is now, Brawl Stars would be a great game in a few months.
Brawl Stars is Supercell’s first game in over two years, so the fans expected an excellent title from the creators of the to of the most popular games ever built for mobiles – Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. However, surprisingly, Supercell chose to come up with a brand new concept instead of continuing with another “Clash” title.
Thus, Brawl Stars is challenging to define into a single genre of video games. It is a combination of MOBA, shooting games, and Battle Royale, of course, that looks awesome at first glance.
Brawl Stars Would Be A Great Game In A Few Months
Brawl Stars boasts a colorful set of characters (Brawlers), including humans, a lucha libre wrestler, robots, ninjas, and a cactus, among others.
Besides, Brawl Stars is based on Events or game modes, if you like, in which players or teams of gamers have to complete a mission. There are Gem Grab, 3v3 Events, based on both deathmatch and base defense, and Brawl Ball, among others. The events rotate randomly, keeping the players glued to their devices.
Obviously, Brawl Stars is off to an excellent start with many players engaging in the action of this new title from Supercell. However, Brawl Stars would be a great game in a few months because, by then, Supercell would have fixed the issues that sometimes make the game annoying and unpleasant. I expect that upcoming Brawl Stars updates would tackle all the mistakes in the game and would make this title very popular in the future.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.