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Supercell teases new 3v3 shooter Brawl Stars - watch the livestream here

Supercell teases new 3v3 shooter Brawl Stars - watch the livestream here

Update: We've got more details on Brawl Stars here.

Update two: Brawl Stars has been soft-launched on the Canada App Store.

Original story: Supercell is teasing an upcoming multiplayer shooter game called Brawl Stars with a stream reveal planned for 9am PT/12pm ET on June 14th.

Brawl Stars features four different game modes that sees teams of three facing off to score kills and complete objectives. A free-for-all ten-player mode called Showdown will also be available.

There will be three in-game currencies to collect – Coins, Elixir and Chips – which can be used to upgrade characters and buy new skins. Players can also team up with others to form a Band of Brawlers and compete in battles together.

Brawl 'em all

Key art on the game's Facebook and Twitter pages indicate that it will be a colourful, family-friendly affair like previous Supercell games. More details are expected to come with the live-stream, which you can watch below.

Brawl Stars is Supercell's first original IP to be revealed in two years, following the Monster Strike-esque Smash Lands. That game was cancelled after just a few months in soft launch.

Supercell's last game, Clash Royale, has been an enormous success throughout its entire lifespan. It is consistently a top ten grossing game, while its competitors have failed to make any impact on the mobile market.


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