The Best Battle Royales that can “DIE” in 2020 or 2021

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In 2018 and 2019, we posted videos with the best Battle Royale games for Android and iOS.

In 2020, little has changed. The lead in terms of Battle Royale continues with PUBG, Free Fire, Fortnite and COD Mobile. No surprises!

But several games were released that had an absurd hype on the part of many players.

A lot of people created hype and thought these games would take off! But the exact opposite happened. Such a flop.


The games that we are going to mention here have few players or few updates or little revenue, and they are being maintained only because their creators are gigantic companies, otherwise, they would already have gone bankrupt.


We are not going to mention games that have already gone bankrupt, such as Crossfire Legends.

Much less Cyber ​​Hunter that even has a very active community in Spain.

And don't give me the idea that Free Fire is going to go bankrupt. At the moment, “Frifras” is the second most profitable Battle Royale on mobile, second only to PUBG.

We're talking about games that are going to fail not because they're bad, but because they suffer from a terrible evil: there's too much Battle Royale on the market.

Battle Royale has become that kind of genre that most players get addicted to in one or two games at most.

Without further ado, let's get to the list!

– Ride out Heroes

Ride Out Heroes is practically a sure name and the game could disappear in 2021. With only 56 monthly downloads, the game is below the line of “self-sustainability” in Battle Royale.

For those who don't know, it's not cheap to maintain multiple servers in multiple regions of the world. For a Battle Royale to remain globally, it needs somewhere around 300 monthly downloads and something around $50 in sales to maintain a global structure.



Ride Out Heroes was released in 2018 and is already breathing with the help of devices. Which is pretty weird, because looking at the trailer, Ride out Heroes looks amazing. Playing this impression is confirmed as well. But it's been 2 years since the launch on Android and the game never took off.

The big problem is the lack of players. The most recent season helped the game to get out of the abyss it was in, but there is still a long way to go to get to the sustainability line.

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– Disorder

Disorder has barely arrived and is already among those listed to go bankrupt soon. The game was launched with the idea of ​​being a different Battle Royale. But it was so different, it may have scared some players.

From the plot to the way to get to the island, Disorder goes against many Battle Royale concepts.

The game can seem confusing and that could be the fact that it has put many players away.

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– Super Mecha Champions

Remember the Super Mecha Champions hype. The recipe for success was almost certain: a Battle Royale with anime looks and giant robots! It will be a hit like that for sure!

Did not work!

Since launch, Super Mecha Champions has performed underperforming.


Recently, the game won a new season to try to reheat things.

Here, the players' excuse is that the game is too heavy.

I particularly found the concept of this game amazing.


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– Hopeless Land: Fight for Survival

Hopeless Land is popularly called as the “Free Fire that didn't work”.

At the time the game was released, along with Garena's Battle Royale, it was impressive for having the option of being able to fly a helicopter in the middle of the match.

Time passed and the game was a relative success and still is. However, in the revenue part, you can see that it is not exactly a sales success.

Apparently, a lot of people test Hopeless Land and end up going back to their Free Fire or PUBG.

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– Omega Legends


Omega Legends is a very interesting Battle Royale developed by a small Chinese studio and embraced by IGG, the same publisher of Lords Mobile.

This game has many similarities with Fortnite. The movement and visual style are very similar. But the game has a differential that will please a lot of people: it has no construction system!

The concept of the game is quite different too, you control heroes and each one has unique power-ups and abilities.

Omega Legends is still in beta testing and it looks like it's already a success! So why is he on the list?

The game is here for one simple reason. At times it is very similar to Fortnite, but very much so. I think there might be a process huh.

But for some time now, I could see that the game studio started to change things slightly. It may be that the game escapes lawsuits, but I wouldn't spend money on skins right now. Remember what happened to the “Rainbow Six Mobile” guy?


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Below you can see some games that escaped the list.

These are games that are not very successful in Spain, but do well in other parts of the world. It is worth remembering that this year we will still have the launch of

  • Eclipse Island
  • Cyber ​​Hunter
  • knives out
  • rules of survival

I think the Battle Royale Market is already pretty saturated. I believe that the gamer community will not make any more hype about games of this genre… oh wait!

Read also:

Top 10 Battle Royale Games for Android and iO (2018)

10 Best Battle Royale for Android and iOS 2019

NetEase: “Desperately looking for a successful Battle Royale”

The 5 Worst Battle Royale Games on Android

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