Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

Loving games is unstoppable. Games are considered one of simplest sources of entertainment. It’s sad when we come to know that some games shut down forever and here we are going to talk about Clash of Clans Developer who is going to shut down Hay Day Pop.

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Hay Day Pop Latest Update

Hay Day Pop is a farm-themed puzzle game that was created by Supercell. We came to know that from 1 February 2020 onwards Hay Day Pop is going to shut down. The main reason behind it was simply wasn’t living up to the expectations compared to other Supercell hits.

Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

Supercell is well known for its Clash of Clans. It never jumps to the top of their genre as soon as it is released like Clash Royale and Brawl Stars. Sadly, Supercell was acquired for $8 billion just a few years ago. Now after knowing the reasons we can understand why they have decided to shut down Hay Day Pop.

Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

The company have stated that 

“Despite its popularity and regeneration from players, it has been proving difficult to succeeded in high standards set by our other games. We don’t want to continue for the sake of continuous as that’s not the Supercell way”

These words have pierced an arrow in the hearts of the loyal fans who always supported this game from the beginning.

Last words to its fans

Supercell team is genuinely thankful for all the loyal fans of Hay Day Pop. They appreciate the fans for sticking with the game and helping it develop the puzzle title.

Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

Fans are sad about this news as it is a fun game now compared to what they think about it during its launch day. But sadly it never raked in millions daily like Clash of Clans and never met the standards of Supercell. 

Clash Of Clans Shutdown Latest Update

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