While Clash Royale January Update brings many changes in the popular game, such as two new game modes, new card, and a new arena, the first update of February 2019 would be a so-called Balance Update. It would bring several changes to some of the Clash Royale cards to keep the gameplay tuned for the players to enjoy the game, as always.
Clash Royale, a sort of a spinoff of Clash of Clans, is one of the three most-popular games created and released by Supercell games studio for Android and iOS – Clash Royale, Clash of Clans, and Brawl Stars, the latest hit that Supercell released in late-2018. Clash Royale is a fascinating game, combining elements from collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arena.
It’s still a trendy mobile game and one of the top-earners for Supercell, thanks to its in-app purchases. Supercell, on the other hand, is keeping the game updated with new additions, such as those added thanks to Clash Royale January Update, and the Clash Royale Balance Update packs.
Clash Royale Balance Update is Coming Soon With Several Changes
“The way we approach card balance in Clash Royale is a combination of playtesting, listening to the community and looking at the stats. You can expect monthly balance updates to keep gameplay fine-tuned and as fun as possible,” reported Supercell on the official release notes of the upcoming Clash Royale Balance Update of February.
Also, according to the same Balance Update release notes, the following cards receive balance changes:
- Musketeer: Damage +3%
- Three Musketeers: Elixir Cost increased 9 -> 10
- Freeze: Damage -6%, Freeze Duration Reduced 5.0sec -> 4.0sec
- Cannon Cart: Hit Speed faster 1.3 -> 1.2
- Knight: Hitpoints +2.5%
- Dart Goblin: Hit Speed slower 0.65sec -> 0.7sec
- Clone: New Clone placement (Clone now placed behind Cloned troop)
In addition to that, Supercell reported that the most recent Clone changes are already live in Clash Royale. The other modifications in Clash Royale Balance Update of February would come out soon, the devs reported.
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