Supercell has formally revealed and soft-launched a brand new cellular technique sport known as Rush Wars in Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
A brief trailer for the sport exhibits quite a few particular characters with totally different skills, together with Pitcher, Coach, B.I.G., Gorilla, Boxer, Troopers, Arcade and Bearman.
The title is described as an off-the-cuff sport “for everybody to take pleasure in”, however one which additionally “supplies depth and problem” for aggressive gamers as they rise by means of the ranks.
Gameplay revolves round sending troops into enemy bases and trying to take as much as three stars. Gamers may even have the flexibility to put defences in their very own base, which different customers shall be up in opposition to once they assault.
Gamers could have the flexibility to play with pals or be a part of different groups for aggressive staff battles.
For a deeper have a look at the gameplay, YouTuber Chief Pat, together with quite a few different influencers, has uploaded footage of the sport in motion.
Sixth time fortunate?
Ought to Rush Wars make it to a full international launch, it will be Supercell’s sixth launch, following the likes of Hay Day, Conflict of Clans, Increase Seashore, Conflict Royale and Brawl Stars.
The developer’s first 4 video games have all surpassed $1 billion in income, whereas the latter is estimated to have introduced in $275 million as of June 2019 following its December 2018 launch.
Supercell has a historical past of cancelling video games that are not large hits, nevertheless. Video games like Spooky Pop and Smash Land had been shelved earlier than a world launch, whereas Brawl Stars spent 544 days in comfortable launch earlier than ultimately getting a full launch.
Supercell was not too long ago ranked fourth on our listing of the Prime 50 Cellular Recreation Makers for 2019.
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