The makers of Clash of Clans, Supercell, is teasing its upcoming game, Brawl Stars. This is going to be a free multiplayer game, which features real-time 3 versus 3 battles against players worldwide, allowing users to play solo or with friends.
Here’s the description:
Time to Brawl out! From the makers of Clash of Clans and Clash Royale comes Brawl Stars! Round up your friends and get ready for an epic multiplayer slugfest! Unlock a variety of rowdy game modes and dozens of rough and tumble characters with punishing SUPER abilities. Shoot ’em up, blow ’em up, punch ’em out and win the fight in four different game modes:
– Bounty: Collect stars for your team by eliminating opponents, but be careful not to let them pick you off. The team with the most stars at the end of the match wins!
– Smash & Grab: Collect Crystals from the center of the map, while fighting the opposing team. The first team to collect 10 crystals and hold onto them wins.
– Heist: Crack the safe protected by the opposing team, or defend your valuables from would-be safecrackers. You have a couple of minutes to determine who leaves with the loot!
– Showdown: The rowdiest rumble! 10 players are dropped into a slowly shrinking arena. Can you be the last Brawler standing?
Collect Coins, Elixir and Chips to upgrade and unlock your Brawlers. Join a Band to share strategies and battle together with other players. Climb the local and regional leaderboards to prove you’re the real Brawl Star!
Brawl Stars will have in-app purchases for various game items. The game will feature four game mades to unlock and play, while leaderboards will have regional and local rankings. The Finnish company says “a fast-paced multiplayer shooter is finally here on mobile,” set to allow a “Band of Brawlers” to play together with custom Brawlers and unlockable skins.
The game is set to soft launch in Canada first on iOS, which is a win for Canadian fans of Supercell. The developers said on Reddit, “Whenever we launch a new game at Supercell, we test it out in a few select countries before making the decision to launch globally or continue improving the game,” further adding “To our players in Canada: during this critical phase, we’d greatly appreciate your comments and feedback.”
In the mean time, check out this live stream of Supercell’s Brawl Stars tournament on YouTube:
When the App Store link is live, we’ll update this post. Stay tuned.
Update: Click here to download Brawl Stars for iOS in the App Store.