After Clash of Clans and Clash Royale, Supercell unveils three new games located in the universe of Clash but with very different gameplay. Discover them here!
In a presentation video, the community managers of the games Clash Royale and Clash of Clans, as well as a game designer for both games, unveiled one of the biggest news about Supercell’s projects. Indeed, the company plans to launch soon three new games, always inspired by the universe of Clash. The games are still in the early stages of development, which means elements featured in the video may never see the light of day or change in the final version.
The first game is Clash Quest, a turn-based strategy game. Obviously the players of the Supercell games will recognize the barbarians, the archers, the princes or the PEKKA The game is organized in levels to be completed in order to move on to the next one. The player starts with a certain number of troops that he will have to use intelligently to defeat the enemy defenses laid out beforehand.
The second game is called Clash Mini, and it is in the style of board games. This title uses miniature versions of the characters, which can be strategically placed like pawns on a board in order to prevail against one’s opponent. It is a game that is played with an opponent in front, like Clash Royale. Both players place their items on the board at the same time, then the game begins and the characters compete against each other.
Finally, the third game presented is Clash Heroes, an adventure game in the world and universe of Clash. With your team of heroes, you roam this world and face the enemies that are there, both skeletons and goblin giants. The game will resume a number of characters already known, as well as completely new characters. It is a game that can be played in multiplayer with your friends. For the first time, Supercell has chosen to develop this game with Unreal Engine, the 3D game engine developed by Epic Games.
More details on the development of the games will be posted by Supercell on the site Clash.com. For the moment, no release window has been revealed since these games are still in the early stages of their development.