Since being released globally back in March the hit game Clash Royale has changed a lot. Multiple Clash Royale updates have added better features, new troops, a Challenge mode and more. The November update was important, but there are other changes we still want to see.
The developers at Supercell, who also made Clash of Clans, have been listening to user feedback, seeing what works and what doesn’t, and making lots of adjustments. The November update balanced things a lot, and added a few new troops as well.
While the developers are still working hard to perfect the game with new additions, game balancing adjustments and new troops, it could be even better. Obviously many of the popular troops in Clash of Clans are also in Clash Royale, but we could be seeing one more in the near future, not to mention other exciting changes. Below are changes that need to come to Clash Royale.
We’ve seen at least one major update each month since the release date, except for in August. The entire company took a vacation in July, which is why. Over the last little while they’ve fixed the broken aspect of the game, got rid of cheaters, and added a lot of additional content.
Tournaments are now completely different, and harder than ever before to join. However, they’ve been replaced by Challenges. A classic challenge for 10 gems, or a Grand Challenge for 100 Gems. Win 12 for the grand prize, or lose three and you’re out. My record is 11 in both.
November’s balance changes also god rid of those Giant Poison decks. We now see more variety than ever before, which is nice. Although Golem and Royal Giant decks are starting to make a comeback. Supercell still needs to fix the Lightning and Rocket, as they deal too much damage to towers. Many battles end in players spamming Lightning 3-4 times until they win. That isn’t a skillful way to win. It needs to be fixed.
When it comes to playing Clash Royale it’s all about strategy. Players get the same amount of Elixir to buy troops to attack their enemy, and 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 out maneuver your opponent and take down a tower or two for the win.
There are multiple ways to win and countless different decks that can be extremely deadly, but we want even more choices. Everyone plays different, and each player has unique strengths and weaknesses, as do certain troops, which what makes the game fun. That said, there are still some changes that the majority of players think need to happen, and new troops that could add a lot of excitement to the game. Not everyone will agree with what’s detailed below, but for the most part they’d be a welcomed edition 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 Clash Royale update. These aren’t confirmed or even rumored, but are what we want to see next. Players asked for Legendary cards to be more attainable, and Legendary chests helped. The situation could still be better, though. Here are the changes we want to see.