Brawl Of Ages Is Another Clash Royale-Esque PC Game

It seems that those of you that want to play Clash Royale, but don't want to commit to playing a mobile game, will not only be able to play games just like it on PC, but will also have options. Minion Masters launched on Steam Early Access last December, but developer BetaDwarf made the crucial mistake of making it a paid Early Access phase. Enter Brawl of Ages, another Clash Royale-esque game created by BNA Studios and published by Heroes of Newerth developer S2 Games. The game launched on Steam Early Access yesterday and the key difference between it and Minion Masters is that it was free-to-play on day one.

Brawl of Ages' key features are as follows.

  • Fast-paced 1v1 arena battles.
  • Matchmaking & Ladder rankings.
  • Full Featured Brawl Clubs (clans): Text & Voice Chat, Friendly Challenge with up to 50 Club members. Compete in the Club v Club Ladder and earn extra free content together.
  • Built-in VoIP and text chat in Smash Parties where you & your friends can challenge each other and compete for the bounty rewarded to the final champion.
  • Robust crafting system allowing players to directly craft the cards they desire most.
  • Gameplay modes & experience that caters to both highly competitive & casual gamers.

S2 Games CEO Marc DeForest had the following to say about the announcement.

As we developed Brawl of Ages and took feedback from the closed beta, we were inspired by several RTS, MOBA, RPG and Tower Defense games as we wanted to hit the key features of these games with none of the drawbacks typically found in these genres. Brawl of Ages was designed with casual and competitive gamers in mind so players can quickly enjoy an intense action-strategy game or dig deeper and create unique decks and strategies as they rank up over time.

Brawl of Ages is now available on Steam as a free-to-play game.