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Fighting Game Brawlhalla Releasing For Mobiles On August 6



Free 2D fighting / brawler game, Brawlhalla will be released on mobile platforms (Android and iOS) on August 6, 2020 according to the game publisher Ubisoft. Ubisoft also revealed that the game will offer full cross-game support. Players can pre-register for the game by visiting to receive a free skin when the game starts.

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What is Brawlhalla?

Brawlhalla is a free 2D fighting game published by Ubisoft. The game has grown in popularity by offering players a free, high-quality cross-platform alternative to Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros series. It was previously available on Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch with more than 40 million players worldwide.

The game also has a full-fledged esports scene supported by game developers. Nicknamed the Brawlstars Esports World Tour 2020, it offers several tournaments in different regions like North America, South America, Europe , Southeast Asia and Australia.

In 2020, this series of tournaments was to present a total prize pool of more than $ 600,000. However, most of these events have been postponed / canceled due to ongoing blockages.

Brawlhalla Mobile Details

Release date: August 6

It is confirmed that the game offers personalized controls, a cross game, a touch screen and support for the controller. More details are expected to be released shortly.

The description of the Play Store also indicates that although the game will be free, it will not include any payment advantage to win. The fighters in the game will run through eight free characters each week, and if you want to unlock each character at once, the All Legends pack will allow you to do just that, although we don’t know the price yet.


Brawlhalla developer Mammoth Games revealed there would be a mobile version of Brawlhalla “in early 2020” in an official statement in November 2019, but fans have been left wondering about the details so far.

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Stay tuned to AFK Gaming for more information on this game.

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