Clash Royale is one of the most successful games ever made for mobiles. Supercell, the devs of the title, renowned for Clash of Clans, Brawl Stars, and the before-mentioned Clash Royale, just revealed the Clash Royale April update which would come soon with the so-called “Trophy Road” for 1v1 ladder battles, new card, game mode, and even more, as Digital Overload reported.
“Clash Royale is getting an April Update VERY soon! We’re bringing you TROPHY ROAD – an all-new progression system for 1v1 ladder battles, a NEW CARD, NEW GAME MODES, and more,” said Supercell on the official Clash Royale YouTube channel.
Clash Royale remains one of the most popular mobile games
Clash Royale is a mobile game that mixes elements of strategy games, collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arena. It came out in 2016, and since then it has been one of the most popular massive online multiplayer titles ever released, particularly for the Clash of Clans fans.
In Clash Royale, you can compete with gamers from around the world and earn rewards and prizes, along with new cards for you to collect and play in future combats. You have to create a powerful deck of cards and use them to defeat your enemies or protect your base against your opponents’ attacks.
You can also form or join a Clan in Clash Royale, and compete against opponents along with your friends. Also, every week, there is a special event in this excellent mobile game, so you will never get bored playing Clash Royale.
Clash Royale April Update comes with “Trophy Road” for 1v1 ladder battles, new card, game mode, and more
The new Clash Royale April update will be soon available with many novelties, including the all-new “Trophy Road” progression system for 1-versus-1 ladder battles, a new card, plus a novel game mode, and lots of improvements and bug fixes that would make your experience with Clash Royale even better.
Below, you can see all the novelties that the new Clash Royale April update will bring:
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