Clash of Clans has become one of the biggest mobile games for iOS and Android users, but Finland developer Supercell still doesn't have any plans to bring the game over to Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile platform, if a statement from its CEO is any indication.
When a fan asked Supercell CEO Ilkka Paananen, via Twitter, if the company had plans to release Clash of Clans for Windows 10 Mobile, Paananen simply replied:
"no plans at the moment unfortunately"
Clash of Clans first launched in 2012 for iOS and expanded to Android in 2013. The free-to-play game uses in-app purchases and is consistently one of the top games, in terms of revenue, in the iOS App Store and Google Play. Supercell held the first official Clash of Clans convention, ClashCon, in October 2015 and has recently been running new TV commercials to promote the game that feature Spectre actor Christoph Waltz.
Thanks to Karthik for the tip!
Source: Ilkka Paananen (Twitter)