Some mobile games become overnight sensations and then their popularity fades away in only a couple of weeks. The reason why this happens is that the gameplay of those mobile games is not exciting and the content doesn’t get refreshed often enough. Fortunately for Clash Royale fans, this is not the case for their favorite game. Clash Royale was released back in 2016 and instead of losing its popularity over the course of time, the fanbase of Clash Royale has gotten even bigger.
Supercell is one of the world’s biggest mobile game developers and therefore, Supercell knows exactly what it needs to do in order to keep Clash Royale fun to play. Supercell is always releasing new updates for Clash Royale which improve the game through new features, new units, new spells and game balance changes. With that said, no one should be shocked to find out that Supercell has recently released a new update for Clash Royale.
Clash Royale 2.6.0 APK
The latest update for Clash Royale sports the 2.6.0 version number and it is available in the form of APK. This update format stands for “Android Package Kit” and therefore, it can only be installed on Android powered smartphones. Not just that, but APK updates need to be manually downloaded and installed. Now, let’s check out what are the new features that this latest Clash Royale update brings.
Exciting New Features
- New Arena: Reach Spooky Town at 3600 Trophies;
- New Game Modes: Year of the Hog & Mini Collection;
- New Card: Wall Breakers are a daring duo of dangerous dive bombers! Coming this month.
As we can clearly see, the new Clash Royale 2.6.0 APK update introduces a new arena, new game mode and a new card that players can have fun with. Also, worth noting is that Supercell is eventually going to release the update OTA (over the air) so there is no rush to manually download it.
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.