Brawl Stars is a very popular battle arena multiplayer game with 5 million players worldwide. Available for both Android and iOS, the main goal of this game is to fight other teams and become the winner. Battles take place in various arenas: Gem Grabs, Showdowns, Brollballs, and Bounties.
Players battle in teams of three in different arenas. After every battle, players receive tokens, which fill up and unlock the Brawl Box. Players can upgrade their brawler and equip them with star power and gadgets. These upgrades will help combatants improve their offensive skills in the arena.
Recently, the Brawl Stars player has reported an issue where characters and map objects in the game suddenly turn black. You can read more about texture issues here.
The texture issue hasn’t been solved yet, but Brawl Stars Option updates Address specific issues:
Customizable control settings have been added to the settings screen and training cave
Fixed an issue where the shadow of the showdown box remained on the ground after the box was destroyed
Fixed issues with some layers
Fixed notification timing issue
Fixed an issue where P’s Porter’s health bar would move too high on the screen after powering on with gadgets
Fixed an issue where auto-shooting targets weren’t taking into account additional range from Sprout’s main attack grenade bounce
Of all the changes, the customizable control settings feature was welcomed by many players. Here’s what some of them said about it:
Can I accidentally stop the gadget when I want to attack
–u / Cowman
Yes, no more wasted supermarket
–u / koala_6924
To change the control, go to Settings and Edit Control. When complete, the screen below will appear allowing you to adjust and position the controls to your liking.
If you haven’t got the update yet, this is from Brawl Stars Said :
*It may take some time before it becomes available. In that case, try again later.
So please be patient.
PiunikaWeb started as a purely investigative technology journalism website focused primarily on “breaking news” or “monopoly” news. In a matter of seconds, Forbes, Foxnews, Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors and many others have covered our story. Want to know more about us? I’m heading here.