Recently, Supercell has let their fans know about a new season pass-style feature for the Clash of Clans. The gaming giant revealed the Seasonal Challenges together with the April update. What’s best is that they will be available to all players who love this game.
So, What Are the Seasonal Challenges?
This is a new feature introduced for the Clash of Clans that lets players take part in challenges every day or every month. In this way, they can earn some extra rewards. Each day, you will see some new daily challenges. In a month, there is a total of 24 monthly challenges that will be unlocked six each week. They will be available until the end of the respective month. They don’t rely on any unusual gameplay but instead rely on conventional missions that require players to build buildings and deploy troops.
Can Anyone Participate?
As we said, these challenges are open to anybody who loves Clash of Clans. Even so, you need to have a Gold season pass if you want to access the best challenges and rewards out there.
How Much Do I Have to Pay for a Season Pass?
If you want to play the game with no cost, you should know that the Silver Seasonal Challenge tier comes for free. However, if you wish to access the premium gold tier, then you’ll need a Gold season pass. For the latter, you will need to pay $4.99 or 500 Gems in the game. You can purchase them at any time during the month, plus you can retroactively collect your rewards, which is excellent.
Nevertheless, it’s better to buy your pass early, since this will allow you access to certain rewards, such as specific boosters. Remember to renew your pass every month if you want to keep your access to the gold tier since they don’t renew by themselves.
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