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Supercell’s slow rollout of its fourth game, Clash Royale, appears to be gaining momentum, with the company now saying it will launch its new mobile release globally in March.

This real-time, head-to-head battle game is set in the larger Clash Universe, previously featured in the company’s monster hit, Clash of Clans. Clash Royale will be available on iOS and Android. Clash of Clans is one of the rulers of the  mobile gaming market, and if Supercell can launch another game that gains a huge following, it can conquer an even bigger slice of this $30 billion industry.

Clash Royale got a soft launch in early January. Now the company has posted a short video about a global launch announcement that shows just the general date of March 2016.

The video is a bit vague, but Clash fans around the planet can take some solace in the fact that the long wait is apparently almost over.


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