Clash Royale Updates: 7 Changes We Want Next

Clash Royale Updates: 7 Changes We Want Next is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

Since being released a year and a half ago Clash Royale has changed a lot. Multiple game updates added new features, more troops, 2v2 clan battles and more. As the next Clash Royale October and Fall update nears, here’s what we want and expect next. Including an “end game” strategy.

The developers at Supercell have made changes based on feedback since the game first arrived. However, the last big update was in March. Since then, we’ve only seen small changes or a few new troops.

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Royale is one of the most balanced and fine-tuned games on the market, but there is always room for improvement. From new troops, better balance, and new game modes to make it more exciting. After 18 months of non-stop battles, some want a change of pace. Like new game modes and daily quests to earn gold. Below are some changes we want next in Clash Royale.


Every month or two the developers release updates and fix things. From dozens of new cards, legendary troops, game balances, and even a way to get rid of cheaters. Supercell is one of the best developers when it comes to updates. Which means you know more are coming soon. Leaks suggest the next major update is the October release, and it’s almost here.

Tournaments are never used and challenges took their place. While they are fun, we’d love to see a change to make them enjoyable again. A few comments from the dev team suggest exactly that.

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When it comes to playing Clash Royale you need a good strategy. Players get the same amount of Elixir to use troops and attack their enemy. It’s all about being strategic, fast to react, and keeping track of your Elixir. In the end, the goal is to have a good trade-off and outmaneuver your opponent. Then, take down a tower or two for the win.

There are multiple ways to win and countless different deadly and powerful decks. That said, everyone uses the same few decks. Look for new ways to win, some new troops like the Flying Machine, and new game modes. Everyone plays different, and each user has unique strengths and weaknesses, as do certain troops. Which what makes the game fun. Not everyone will agree with what’s detailed below, but for the most part, they’d be a welcomed addition to Clash Royale. I’d go as far as to say these changes need to happen.

Our slideshow below goes over a few awesome changes, new troops, or features we’d like to see come in the next few Clash Royale updates in the fall of 2017. Get ready for the Flying Machine, daily quests, some new emotes, and maybe a new Mirror mode to help get rid of all the complainers.


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The thought of healing spells or the Healer from Clash of Clans was on this list for a while, but Supercell already added it. 

However, the next thing we keep seeing comments on are Heroes. The Barbarian King and Archer Queen from Clash of Clans. Obviously, something that powerful can't come to Clash Royale, but they could arrive in a different form. If we really will see an "End Game" beyond legendary trophies, facing something like that could be it. The Archer Queen Boss where you really have to be at the top of your game. 

Legendary cards are readily available from chests or the shop, and now we need something else to shake up the gameplay near the top. And while I don't think heroes are the answer, it makes a lot of sense that we could see something like this in the future. 

How about adding two or four new "mystical" cards or Heroes that can turn the battle in your favor. Maybe for those above 4000 trophies, or 5000. Who knows. It could easily make things extremely unbalanced, but the developers are good at keeping things on an even keel. Well, most of the time.  

Would you be open to the idea of a new class of cards above Legendary? Or just something to radically change how the game is played for high-level players. Let us know. 

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Clash Royale Updates: 7 Changes We Want Next is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.