It is not something new that Supercell closing down a game before it releases globally. And Rush Wars is a new addition to that list. After 3 months of beta testing, Supercell is closing Rush Wars and the fans are not surprised at all! On a recent note, Supercell has published about this big news mentioning the reasons behind it.
After the initial hype about Rush Wars, players thought that the game might surpass the other Supercell games. Rush wars actually had the content of both Clash Royale and Clash of Clans. Many people said it is just an advanced version of Clash of Clans. However, as time passed by, people lost their interest in the game. And lately, Supercell was actually noticing the player base getting lowered with time.
Supercell’s Note about the closure of Rush Wars
Talking about the reasons, Supercell mentioned about the community feedback. They were constantly tracking the user feedback where people felt that the game is repetitive. It is not like Supercell did not try to improve it with different things. However, the efforts could not change the colour of the game as the core mechanism is not up to the mark.
The high-quality standards and the satisfaction of the players are a big priority for Supercell. And Rush wars failed to meet both. The note also says,
Now it is very clear that why Supercell is closing down Rush wars. To take care of the community, Supercell also stopped the in-app purchases. Those who have a lot of in-app purchases can also get their refund, according to Supercell.
How to refund the in-app purchases in Rush wars?
The beta will be live until November 30, 2019. So the players have time until then to get the refunds. However, there will not be any monetary refunds. Players can only transfer the gems (purchased with money) to another Supercell game. To do that follow the mentioned steps,
- Open the in-game support
- Select “Issues with purchases”
- Now tap on “Can I transfer my gems to another Supercell game”
- Select the game where you want to transfer the gems