'Clash Royale' Crisis: Leaked Update Revealed; Goblin Ninja Cards Added By Supercell, Tips and Features Boost Players' Gameplay to Outpace 'Pokemon Go'

By Paige McClure , Updated Mar 11, 2017 04:00 AM EST
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Supercell created "Clash Royale" to become one of the supreme gaming franchise of this generation. The massive leaked being reported has resulted into setbacks for the gaming company. On the other hand, gamers could still expect a revamped version of the game along with the possible entry of Ninja cards and other features to counter competitors' update such as "Pokemon Go".

It is irrefutable that Supercell is building the presence of "Clash Royale" in the gaming platform. According to a former post from Telegiz, the developer has dropped some hints on the probable features to be updated. The report relayed that the developer has delayed its launch on March 24 and the March 24 update will arrive with exciting changes such as balancing update, special events, arena adjustment, league mechanisms and new cards.

Also, Supercell is said to exclude Legend Trophies and 20 legendary trophies that are equivalent to one gem and the gamers in the legendary arena will be divided into top 20,000, where the first 1,000 will be granted with big rewards as noted by the same post. On a different note, Pocket Gamer mentioned that Supercell will incorporate a new 2v2 mode to its hugely popular card-based MOBA "Clash Royale" and the mode will see two teams of two players facing each other head-to-head in Clan Battle mode.

"Clash Royale" is one of the gaming platforms that has pushed Supercell to the pedestal. As for the speculations of a crisis being faced by the developer, that notion is not verified and is already debunked. To prove the latter for the year 2016 alone, "Clash Royale" and its revenues gained $2.3 billion.

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