Clash Royale — New Season Brings New Arena, Events, Prizes, And Other Novelties

A new season arrives in Clash Royale with a rich selection of new content among which we can count a new arena, new rewards, and much more.

Clash Royale’s new season comes with many novelties

The Battle Healer was well-received in season six, and a new card makes an appearance in the form of the Firecracker. By using the Firecracker, players can shoot a projectile that damages units deployed behind the target. This makes the card a great counter against troop cards that rely on a tank troop card to protect them. Using the card requires a bit of skill since every shot will generate a powerful recoil.

It is also important to point out the fact that the Firecracker has the same hitpoints value as the Archer, which makes it a solid choice for counter decks. Players can unlock the new card via the particular in-game challenges.

Another highlight is represented by the introduction of a new Pass Royale, which offers 35 tiers that pack rewards in the form of unlockable chests. Free players will enjoy the ability to obtain a few chests, but those who wish to acquire everything will need to pay real-world money to purchase the pass.

Among the fresh content, there is a new emote that represents the Firecracker. A new tower skin is available, and it will make towers look like lunar lanterns. The new Serenity Peak arena will allow players to test their skills in a new environment.

A few balance changes were also introduced recently

The Night Witch was nerfed as the initial Bat Spawn Speed has been reduced from 1.3 seconds to 3.5 seconds. The speed of the first hit was also reduced by 17%.

In the case of the Fisherman, the situation is mixed as the hook range was boosted by si to seven while the hook charge time rose from 1.1 seconds to 1.5 seconds. The last change affects all forms of the Elixir Golem, with the hitpoints being reduced by 6%.

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

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