Brawl Stars Season 6 Review: Set to Launch April 12th


Fans of the mobile game “Brawl Stars” by Supercell are sure to be excited about a new season debuting April 12th. Season six of the very popular MOBA-lite title is Wild West themed with two new brawlers set to make their debuts. The first of these new brawlers is Belle – a sniper-style hero with a trait that makes her shots bounce off of enemies similarly to Jesse. Belle will be available to all players who purchase the Season Pass and make it sufficiently far into the progression system.

The second brawler to be released in the new season is Squeak, a gooey slobber-infested chew toy for dogs. Squeak, beyond already having one of the most unique themes in any game, looks to have a novel playstyle for individuals who enjoy a steep learning curve.


Brawl Stars is a game that originally launched well below Supercell’s expectations. This is the same developer behind the Clash of Clans and Clash Royale series. However, unlike many developers in the modern era, Supercell did what old school game publishers used to do and worked overtime to bring Brawl Stars up to an incredibly polished and fun game. In doing so, they continued to create a reputation for themselves as a developer that can be trusted by fans and consumers.

Whereas Brawl Stars started out as a semi-2D game with subpar graphics and a wonky control scheme, Supercell has continually updated the game to the point that it is a trendsetter for mobile games. Brawl Stars has generated a host of clone games behind it by spurious creators, although none has come close to the superb level Supercell has crafted at this point. With a growing player base, Brawl Stars looks to have an incredibly bright future at this point, and one that spenders can take confidence in knowing that the cosmetics they purchase will be in a playable game for a long time ahead.


We’d also like to commend Supercell on being consumer-friendly, and not pushing ridiculous levels of microtransactions on young fans. While the game does feature microtransactions, these are mostly cosmetic, and purchasing a Season Pass is reasonably priced with a bevy of content unlocked. Better yet, content for each Season is still made available even if players do not spend that real world cash.

Brawl Stars as of Season Six D-Rezzed Ratings:
Mobile Graphics: 9/10
Audio: 8/10
Controls: 8/10
Design: 10/10
Longevity: 10/10

Overall: 9 — Incredible

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