Snapchat To Launch Battle Royale Game On Its Platform

Anil - Jun 08, 2019


Snapchat To Launch Battle Royale Game On Its Platform

To play the game, users don’t have to install any new game or file to their smartphone.

As part of the announcement that Snapchat made last month, the company is about to launch a battle royale game called "Tiny Royale" within its inbuilt gaming platform. There were only 3 games for users to play at the launch time, including Bitmoji Party, Zombie Rescue Squad, and Snake Squad. For now, you have an additional choice as the company has already integrate the fourth into its platform.

Snapchat Tiny Royale
Tiny Royale is under Snapchat Games section.

Tiny Royale is a free-to-play game of Zynga and follows the mainstreaming trend of battle royale concept. Needless to say, the gameplay will put you in the battle with multiple players. You'll be thrown in a unpredictable battle with the major rule is so familiar: you need to collect weapons, shoot the opponents or unlock new items like health packs and characters when you're already in. To win, a player is expected to be the last one who still live until the end of the game by his skills and abilities. Apart from that, players are able to choose several favorite characters based on their gaming style. In comparison with other similar titles, the Tiny Royale has not only the same features but also a dedicated top-angle view.

In addition, you can play the game with up to three more players in as a squad or just alone. In a single match, the maximum number of players is 30. The game also offers you another mode that only last two minutes per match.

Snapchat Zynga

Note that the Tiny Royale is available under the Snap Games section, so no need to download or install anything except Snapchat itself. Like other similar games, Tiny Royale allows players to chat through both text and voice messages, making it easier for players to communicate each other.

The Tiny Royale is now available on both Android as well as iOS.

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