Brawl Stars is a mobile game published by Supercell – the company who also developed the well-known Clash of Clans and Clash Royale. The developer’s most recent game was initially launched in June 2017 in Canada and it was released worldwide in December 2018. Brawl Stars quickly became popular and it’s now played by numerous people across the globe.
If you’ve never played the game before and you would like to give it a try, you might find it quite challenging at first. That’s why we will share with you the best Brawlers for beginners.
Best Brawlers for beginners
In case you don’t know what Brawlers are yet, we’ll shed some light for you. Supercell has decided to call the characters (or the fighters) in the game Brawlers. At the moment, there is a total number of 22 characters in Brawl Stars and the developer is planning to add more of them in the future.
If you want to make sure that you have good chances of winning the game, it’s important to know which character to choose, as each Brawler has its own skills and characteristics.
This character is the healer in the game, which means that not only can he heal himself, but also his teammates. This is why we believe that Poco can be one of the best Brawlers for beginners. But keep in mind that his superpowers are not affecting the enemies.
Barley is an incredibly good character as far as long-range attacks are concerned. He has a special move that can eliminate a whole group of enemies at the same time. This Brawler is also great at cutting off the escape routes of his enemies by simply using acid vials.
This is in fact the first character that you will unlock in the game. Because of that, she is not a popular character in Brawl Stars. However, Shelly is an incredible fighter, being deadly at close range. She can definitely help you win the game in a pretty short time and with not too much struggle.
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