Supercel began to trace at its subsequent fight technique sport final Friday with a teaser tweet from an account named “Rush Wars” that contained the quantity “26” and the phrase “beta.” As of this morning, we now know that this title is presently accessible as a beta launch on the Google Play Retailer in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. From the appears to be like of it, it is a sport that mixes most of the mechanics present in earlier Supercell releases, so should you’re a fan of the studio’s earlier work, it seems that Rush Wars does not stray too removed from what’s made the developer so well-known.
The beta trailer above covers a number of of the mechanics you’ll be able to anticipate from the upcoming launch of Rush Wars. At the start you will construct an elite squad out of the characters you unlock within the sport’s loot crates, to then ship them out into the sphere in quest of gold by attacking gold mines. In fact, you will additionally need to construct up and defend your individual mine by inserting your defenses as you’d in a tower protection sport. At its core, Rush Wars seems to be a mashup of each different Supercell launch, which is hardly shocking contemplating that these overly-familiar mechanics have made Supercell some huge cash over time.
● Assemble your final assault squad to raid enemy gold mines and get mega wealthy
● Be part of a TEAM or begin your individual with pals
● Struggle in warfare and face off in opposition to enemy TEAMS from across the globe
● Uncover the Rush Wars universe by incomes Free Bins to unlock troops and defenses
● Gather Commanders with particular talents to steer your squad into battle
● Defend your Gold Mines from unwitting attackers
● Uncover new maps like MEGACITY and AREA 54 that characteristic distinctive results
Thus far we nonetheless do not know when Rush Wars will likely be formally launched, although immediately’s beta launch in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand most likely means we’re getting shut. What we do know is that the sport comprises in-app purchases and that they vary as much as $99.99 per merchandise, so should you have been hoping for a premium launch, this is not it.
I can not say that I’ve ever been a fan of Supercell titles or the way in which they’re monetized. Many would say the studio’s video games are pay-to-win, and usually, I’d agree, because it’s powerful to compete in titles the place gamers can simply pay for benefits. Whereas I do not know the specifics of Rush’s monetization, the inclusion of loot containers and costly IAPs does not bode properly for the title, at the least in my view. If you happen to disagree and occur to dwell in Canada, Australia, or New Zealand, be happy to offer the sport a attempt by clicking on the obtain button within the Play Retailer widget beneath.
Replace 1: 2019/11/06 7:33am PST by Matthew Sholtz
Supercell is closing growth for Rush Wars
Apparently, Supercell is not pleased with how the beta growth for Rush Wars has been shaping up. After listening to suggestions from the neighborhood, modifications have been made to the sport, although the developer feels these modifications didn’t make the sport extra gratifying, so have determined to cancel the mission altogether. The Rush Wars beta will proceed to run till November 30th, 2019, and after that date, the sport will now not be accessible, and its servers will likely be offline. Whereas I am positive this was a tough choice to make, I suppose there’s a sure dignity in admitting that the sport is not working. I would a lot quite see a failing product canceled earlier than it reaches the plenty than watch as a dev releases one thing they know followers will not get pleasure from. So regardless that I do not typically partake in Supercell’s titles, I can respect that the corporate has to foresight to acknowledge when one thing is not working.