Colette Buffed: While one of Supercell’s games is suffering from serious neglect, another of their hits is the Apple of the company’s eye.
Yes, folks! You guessed it. We’re talking of Clash Royale and Brawl Stars. Supercell has been releasing major new updates for the latter almost every month over the last year now. This has kept the community very happy and satisfied. They have also been very quick to fix mistakes.
Supercell released their newest Brawler, Colette, into the game this season. However, she wasn’t very well received by the community. Her stats were quite disappointing and her usage rates were low.
Supercell did not waste a minute in accepting their mistake. In fact, they rolled out a new update within a week and buffed her brains out. The error correction is a part of a set of midseason balance changes that Supercell rolled out 2 days ago.
Balance Changes: Colette Buffed.
Of all the balance changes and bug fixes that took place, Colette’s, as we mentioned, were in the spotlight. Her super’s fixed damaged was doubled from 1000 to 2000 while her main attack was made more powerful by 2%. Now, she deals 37% damage instead of 35%. The dev team also increased her min. damage with the main attack from 200 to 500. There was also an added buff to her gadget (now 37% damage).
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The dev team also rolled out some minor bug fixes with Poco’s new skins in the shop. They added the missing Brawl Pass icons on his skins. 8-bit’s star power and audio bugs have also been fixed. However, most of these others are small quality of life changes and no big news.
What does this mean for Supercell’s future roster?
While Brawl Stars has been receiving updates at a rapid rate, Clash Royale, on the other hand, received its first major update in 2 years last month. However, even that has become a botched up affair with more cons than pros to it. Supercell’s dev team at Clash Royale seems to be greatly waning off late. On the other hand, the hands on deck for Brawl are getting more adroit.
So, it won’t be a surprise if within a year we see Clash Royale step down from the marquee position it once held in the Supercell roster. It’ll certainly not die as many are claiming right now. The game is too good for that. However, it’ll probably join Clash of Clans in that esteemed but forgotten list of OG games that keep breathing silently in the background. On the other hand, Brawl Stars will step up, as it already has, to make all the headlines.