Supercell’s Squad Busters game announcement

If you like Clash of Clans and Hay Day, you’ll love the latest game from the famous Finnish developer.... Maria | 3. February 2023

If you like Clash of Clans and Hay Day, you’ll love the latest game from the famous Finnish developer. Squad Busters, a squad-building action game, incorporates and combines characters across the Supercell universe.

Characters from the entire franchise are present in Squad Busters

Although not much is known about the game, Supercell has stated that it will be a squad-building game and feature characters across the franchise.

At the moment, Supercell has only shared a brief trailer for the game on social media, in which characters from the Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars PC, Hay Day Pop, and Boom Beach games team up to fight against an opponent.

It is not known precisely how the development goes. However, fans should not wait long since the developer confirms that the closed beta starts on February 6. Only Canadian players can participate in this restricted test, which will last until February 16. The official website of Supercell’s new game features a registration for the closed beta.

Characters from different Supercell games have never been brought together until now. Previously, the company created a Clash universe dominated by Clash Royale and Clash of Clans rankings.

Then, three other games with the same characters were revealed: Clash Quest, Clash Mini, and Clash Heroes. Unfortunately, clash Quest is canceled because it was not up to Supercell’s quality standards, but Clash Heroes is still in development. On the other hand, Clash Mini is currently in the launch phase in Europe. However, no worldwide release date is known.

What is the worldwide release date for Squad Busters?

There is bad news for fans of the Supercell franchise who want to play the new game as soon as possible. The game developer is famous for taking their time to create and test in a limited version and then make the game can be distributed worldwide.

The game has only been announced, but a closed beta test begins shortly. If previous games are anything to go by, Supercell will probably do a few more tests similar to this one before releasing the game in several regions.

Brawl Stars is an example of how long this regional launch period can last. The game’s worldwide release took place a year after the beta.

Even then, it is not guaranteed that the game will ever become accessible. Supercell has a reputation for pulling games that don’t meet its rigorous standards. Rush Wars, Hay Day Pop, Clash Quest, and, most recently, Everdale are some games it has terminated.

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