Brawl Stars is freemium multiplayer mobile arena fighter video game that was developed by Supercell and released in 2018. The purpose of a player in the game is to get their level up, achieve trophies, and collect brawlers. And now, a new Brawl Stars update brings a new brawler to this popular mobile title – Rosa.
You can use the brawlers collected in each game, and you can join clubs to play together with other players. In the game, you could obtain Big Boxes if you have gems or 10 Star Tokens. Moreover, Brawl Star has ten unique game modes: Robo Rumble, Boss Fight, Big Game, Bounty, Brawl Ball, Gem Grab, Heist, Solo Showdown, Duo Showdown, and Siege.
What’s New in this Latest Brawl Stars update?
The first novelty is the addition of a new player named Rosa, the boxing Brawler. Rosa is coming from the jungle, so she will interact with nature and has a shield made of tough vines that are reducing the damage taken from battle. Her star power gives her the ability to regenerate health very fast when she is in the bushes, like 300 hp/second. Rosa has a primary attack called Hands of Stone. Her attacks are similar to Primo’s, but it’s a little wider. Rosa will come with the next update and will be the “tankiest” Brawler in the game.
Moreover, we will have two new skins, Bunny Penny and Shiba Nita. Shiba Nita is released to celebrate Golden Week, a Japanese Holiday starting on April 28. Also, an exciting change that will come with this update will be the prevention of teaming in Showdown. Meteors will fall onto large groups of players from now on, and healing will be reduced.
The last but not the least, Brawlers will have a “try” button added. Developers add another feature, The Brawl TV in-game, like in Clash Royale (TV Royale), and you can now use the Gems to change your player’s name, 50 gems are required for this action.
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