This is not Tetris Royale.
The first game to come out of the partnership between The Tetris Company and developer N3TWORK is Tetris Royale, the first of several planned mobile Tetris games. Although this won't be the only game mode, the 100-player competitive mode will be the main attraction in the game.
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As its core, Tetris Royale will be the familiar Tetris game everyone knows - puzzle pieces will rain down and players will need to arrange them together in order to clear lines and avoid being eliminated. "Add that layer to a game that's plenty capable of instilling tension on its own, and you've got a riveting experience that even at its worst is still a game very much worth playing". The classic mode follows the typical mobile game mechanic where players can stand a chance to win rewards from daily challenges, power-ups, and boosters to be in the game.
The studio has yet to release any screenshots or video of the game in action, but beta testing will begin in 2019.
Earlier this year, The Tetris Company also announced collaborations with FairPlay and Baroque Japan clothing companies, ipsy beauty products, Kanga Care baby accessories, Sock It to Me socks and underwear, and MC2 Saint Barth beachwear. Tetris fans can expect to see a Tetris Royale beta game arrive some time later this year, but it's unclear when the final game will launch in the app stores and whether it will be free to download.