What may immediately strike Clash fans is that none of these games look like Clash Royale or Clans when it comes to games, despite aesthetic similarities. It is on purpose, Supercell wrote in an announcement today:
“These new games are nothing like previous Clash games. We want to focus on creating new ways to enjoy and play with your favorite Clash characters, while expanding the world through new environments and gaming experiences. The last part is the key – we will offer new ways to play Clash, and hope these games add to your current gaming experience.Of course there is a chance that you may not like these games – and that’s fine, all is well.We fully understand that these are very different from Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. In addition to offering a new Clash experience to current players, we want to expand Clash to a new audience that has not experienced Clash before. “
All three matches are still very early in development, and it should be noted that Supercell as a studio has a long tradition of canceling titles, often before they are even announced, but sometimes even when they have been in open beta. for several months. So while all three of these games may look bright and shiny in this trailer, some of them may not see the light of day.
But on the bright side, whether any of them are released or not, Clash of Clans and Clash Royale will continue as usual. Clash of Clans is still releasing new content as usual despite having released almost ten years ago, as is Clash Royale – which just celebrated its fifth anniversary. And Supercell confirmed that it still works on other games outside the Clash universe.
Rebekah Valentine is a news reporter for IGN. You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.