Supercell have announced that their next game, Rush Wars, will be launching into beta on both Android and iOS today
Rush Wars, the upcoming title from Supercell, a mobile games developer famous for Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, and others, has just entered its beta testing stage. The announcement came only last week of august, so the game is currently pretty hot and the testing phase is both for Android and iOS . The previous success of the game’s from Supercell and little what is known about this project seems to have been enough to spark a large interest, and now everyone can dive in the beta.
There was a “leak” before in Reddit, where several descriptions of the game arrived early. It was rumored that the game was accessible through the debut countdown trailer, which has since been eliminated. In addition, there were even claims about the images never before seen of the game on a server made by Discord fans, who contributed and showed how people are interested in this next title.
Now, Supercell decided to put an end to the rumors and speculations, so you can see and feel the gameplay of the game for yourself. The beta released on 9 AM on August 26 (today) and the first gameplay recordings started arriving shortly after that. The online community seems to agree that Rush Wars is a blend of every other Supercell title, but the game does carry its own flavor. It seems to be the next highly competitive mobile game, but time will tell.
Rush Wars GAMEPLAY! First Look at NEW Supercell Game ft. OJ
RUSH WARS GAME FEATURES :
FEATURES Construct your ultimate attack squad to raid enemy gold mines and get mega rich Join a TEAM or start your own with friends Fight in war and face off against enemy TEAMS from around the globe Discover the Rush Wars universe by earning Free Boxes to unlock troops and defenses Collect Commanders with special abilities to lead your squad into battle Protect your Gold Mines from unwitting attackers Discover new maps like MEGA CITY and AREA 54 that feature unique effects
Introducing RUSH WARS! #BETA
NOTE: Currently only available in Canada, Australia, and New Zeland.