‘Clash Royale’ 2016 Latest News, Guide & Update: New Updates Roll Out Plus New Owners! More Details Here!
“Clash Royale” will be getting a new patch to help balance changes for the game, something that will affect various elements in the freemium tower defence and collectible card game.
The “Clash Royale” new Balance Changes for the game will affect certain aspects such as “Hog Riders” seeing a decrease in the damage that they render and an increase in the damages from “Prince and P.E.K.K.A among others as detailed through its official blog.
Hog Rider damage lowered by 6%
One of the most used cards in “Clash Royale” is the “Hog Rider” used to take down enemy towers. With the damage rate decreased by 6%, developer Supercell is now egging players to use other offensive cards to do more damage.
Prince Damage up 9%
The rate of damage the Prince carries diminishes over time when players start to gain experience. With the new tweaks, all that could change as the increase in damage rate can help him weather the challenges of the toughest Barbarians he will be encountering.
P.E.K.K.A Damage up 8%
With the added damage rate, P.E.K.K.A can now go as far as killing a Barbarian, upgrading her offensive prowess against formidable opponents.
Other updates to watch out for with the “Clash Royale” update include:
- Goblin spawns changed from 1.2 seconds to 1 second
- X-Bow- Deploy time decreased to 4 seconds
- Mortar – Deploy time decreased to 4 seconds
- Furnace lifetime increased to 50 seconds
- Guards no longer having pushback effect
- Witch Damage increased to 17%
- Lava Hound Damage increased to 28%
- Skeleton Spawns 3 (compared to 4 before)
- Cannon Hitpoints decreased by 8%
- Tesla Hitpoints increased by 8%
As seen above, the update for “Clash Royale” carries a lot of tweaks which Supercell hopes can render balance in the game and among players.
Supercell sold for $8.6 billion
While the updates should be something to look forward to, reports have it that Supercell has been purchased by the same holdings company behind who owns Riot Games as reported by the Wall Street Journal.
Tencent Holdings Ltd. has reportedly acquired Supercell for $8.6 billion. They are the same company behind popular game titles such as “League of Legends” and mobile games such as “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” and “Katy Perry Pop”.