In their most recent brief, Supercell – the creators of the clash universe, filled us in about all the new and exciting things they have planned for the rest of the year. This included updates for their much-awaited upcoming titles – Clash Mini, Clash Heroes and Clash Quest.
Clash Mini begins regional testing
Supercell’s take on the auto battler genre, Clash Mini, is currently open for regional beta testing in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Canada, Iceland and Norway. It provides a board-game like play style experience and features multiple characters from across the clash universe. Strategic attack planning and resource management are the key focus of the game.
If you reside in any of the countries mentioned above, you can get your hands on Clash Mini via Google Play.
Clash Heroes entering Public Alpha soon
Clash Heroes is an action-adventure game with a focus on world exploration. After reasonable success in the closed alpha testing, Supercell announced that it would soon move to public alpha. The developers are still busy refining many game areas, but they tease a bit of the gameplay, which you can check out in the video given below. No official release date for the public alpha has been announced yet. However, interested players can sign up on the official website for future updates and possibly be selected for the Alpha testing.
Exciting new updates in Clash Quests
The only one of the three available to play in select regions, Clash quests, is receiving some new updates. After its soft launch in April, the game has steadily been receiving updates. However, this new one is the biggest ever! The one feature that most players are looking forward to is Clans.
Clans allow players to team up with friends and compete together in the clan leagues. There are also new bosses, regions, items and much more to look forward to. However, The developers at Supercell just won’t take a rest. The company is already busy working on future updates, which includes Magic Bow Defence and Slithering Snakes. These exciting new features stand to make the pre-existing gameplay even better.
While a global release date hasn’t been finalised yet, players from Canada and the Nordic region can still download the game via Google Play and the App Store.
Supercell is known to conduct extensive testing rounds at multiple levels. The Finnish company is determined to provide the best gaming experience to its player base. While a global launch for all these titles won’t be here anytime soon, avid fans know that they’re worth the wait!
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