Clash Royale August Update and Season 2 have finally arrived at the game on August the 5th. The new update and the highly expected Clash Royale Season 2 came with new balance changes that enhanced the whole gameplay. This update is an impressive and brave one as it brought the new Shipwrecked Island Arena, a new Tower Skin, new interesting and exciting challenges and brand new emotes.
Clash Royale Season 2 Update Features
The new season came with a new theme, a new Shipwrecked Island Arena, brand new emotes and a lot of other rewards. The Clash Royale August Update 2019 Pass Royale Season 2’s new Tower Skin is a unique sandcastle that can be unlocked at reward tier 30.
The impressive new King emote the update brought allows you to keep them after you unlocked them. The emotes can also be unlocked at reward tier 30.
The Season 2 Pass Royale has unlimited Special Challenges that can be accessed once you buy the Pass Royale pack. The gameplay allows you to earn Crowns that unlock the Pass Royale reward tiers and multiple Crown Chests. The Clash Royale Pass Royale Season 2 comes with a price tag of $4.99.
Clash Royale Season 2 New Challenges
Season 2 of the popular Clash Royale came with some new challenges. Such challenges include the Wall Breaker Island Rush; you are therefore able to unlock cards, chests new emotes, and many other things by partaking these challenges.
Among the balance changes the game introduced, Magic Archer and P.E.K.K.A are highly enhanced and adjusted, so the player experience gets to score maximum points. Here are all the balance changes Clash Royale Season 2 came with:
- Magic Archer got a huge damage buff by +16 percent, and a small hit speed nerf
- Fisherman has received hitpoints buff by +10 percent, and buff to his anchor range
- P.E.K.K.A got a hitpoint nerf by -9.5 percent, and a melee range buff
- Lumberjack has received a hit speed nerf, from 0.7 to 0.8
- Barbarian Barrel got a 15 percent damage nerf
- Valkyrie is not outranging long-ranged melee troops anymore
These are the features and new things the new Clash Royale Season 2 update has brought to the game.
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