Clash of Clans and Clash Royale developer Supercell surprised many game enthusiasts by unveiling Brawl Stars, a new mobile multiplayer Top- Down shooter game where players fight against each other in a range of different game modes to collect crystals and take out opponents.
The company showed the game off with an extended tournament live on YouTube where players are fighting for gem mines, collecting gems and fighting against opponents and working with their teammates in 3-on-3 battles. Collecting gems is the goal, and also to destroy opponents’ gems before the end of the match.
It’s a top-down, multiplayer team-based hero shooter, on a basic level.It comes from the world of MOBAs(Multiplayer Online Battle arena), in which games like League of Legends, Paragon, Vain Glory and DOTA is so popular games for years. It is fast-paced and offers genuinely different gameplay from the different brawlers. There are a bunch of different brawlers to unlock and play by upgrading them with loot earned.
It was clearly designed for multiplayer each Player will select from a number of different characters with special attacks and abilities, to join their team in matches. All of the “Brawlers” can also be upgraded and can get their own custom character skins.
There will be four main gameplay modes in Brawl Stars,
Bounty: Collect stars for your team by eliminating opponents, 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 the match.
Heist: Teams have to either protect or attack a safe full of loot, You have a couple of minutes to determine who leaves with the loot.
Showdown: 10 players are dropped into a slowly shrinking arena, the last character alive wins the match.
You have to Collect Coins, Elixir, and Chips to upgrade and unlock your Brawlers. Join a Band to share strategies and battle together with other players.
The video stream of Brawl Stars indicated that the footage was of a pre-beta version of the game, so features, modes, and artwork might change before its full release, but there’s no word on when that will happen.
Supercell recorded earnings of €2.1 billion (about $2.35 billion) in 2016, along with earnings of at €917 million with its massive hits Clash of Clans, Boom Beach, hay day and clash royale.