Supercell had announced Clash Mini with two other Clash games – Clash Quest and Clash Heroes – a little above eight months back (April 2021). Since the announcement, fans have been extremely excited about the upcoming Clash games. After a good amount of waiting, Supercell has finally released Mini as beta. However, you can only play the game if you reside in Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Singapore, or Chile. So, the game has not yet seen a Global release. However, Supercell has promised to release the global version of Clash Mini soon. Read this article to know more.
What is Clash Mini?
Ever wondered how a Clash board game would feel? Clash Mini is essentially similar to Clash miniatures playing a board game under you. Mini will obviously be a multiplayer video game, where players compete against each other based on intelligence and strategy. Clash is no more going to be restricted to Arenas and Villages – endless fights will now continue on tables in the form of a board game. Sounds extremely interesting, to begin with! However, unfortunately, not many have the option to try the game out at the moment. Clash fans from all over the world are trying to get hold of a confirmed release date of Clash Mini. The game is currently in beta – restricted to eight countries.
As for the other two games – Quest and Heroes – announced with Mini, Heroes is currently waiting to enter another public alpha test soon while Quest has been soft-launched in ten countries.
Clash Mini Global & USA Release Date
As of now, the developers haven’t revealed any confirmed release dates for the Clash Mini Global Version. Hence, we don’t know when Clash Mini will release in the USA and other countries. However, if you reside in Canada, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Singapore, or Chile, you can head over to AppStore or PlayStore and download the game (beta) for free. According to the developers, players can expect to see new minis – different and unique heroes to choose from and level up, new and beautiful boards, and new content as the beta progresses.
The beta test is important for collecting player feedback and improving the game before the official release. Clash Mini, like Clash Quest, will probably soft-launch in a few countries before officially launching globally. To stay updated on the latest developments or updates, we recommend you keep an eye on Clash’s official Twitter and Reddit page.
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