'Clash Of Clans' Update: Supercell Announces 'Clash Royale' — Everything You Need To Know! [Release Date, Download & Gameplay]

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 6, 2016 11:05 PM EST
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IN PHOTO: Spanish boxer Jennifer Miranda plays with her cellphone as she rests in the room she shares with fellow boxer Marta Branas at a high-performance sports centre in Los Alcazares, southeastern Spain, April 3, 2012. Five young fighters are training hard ahead of next month's world championships in Qinhuangdao, China, where competition will be fierce for the precious 24 qualification slots — eight in each of the three weight categories — for this year's summer Games. The Olympics include Women's boxing for the first time in London, and while the Spanish hopefuls know it will be incredibly tough to even qualify, they are overflowing with pride that the sport they have dedicated their lives to is finally getting the recognition they believe it deserves. Picture taken April 3, 2012. TO MATCH FEATURE OLYMPICS-BOXING/WOMEN-SPAIN (Photo: REUTERS/Susana Vera)

Supercell's "Clash of Clans" now comes with its very own spin-off with the renowned characters from the video game. The mobile game developer announced the good news as they present their latest offering — "Clash Royale."

According to North Star National, the new game will bring the "Clash of Clans'" troops together again, but with a different kind of twist. It also has the same theme and units just like the freemium mobile strategy that game enthusiasts will surely enjoy.

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 "Clash Royale" is a strategic kind of game based on a card gameplay. Players must know when and where they should drop their troops and spells just like "CoC" to win the game.

Furthermore, it has the same setting like "Clash of Clans" world and has the same defense, but with the new addition of Princes, Knights and Baby Dragons. Fans can freely enjoy this game as they can download it for free and comes with available in-app purchases.

However, Pocket Gamer added that it's just in a soft launch on iOS and available only to New Zealand, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Iceland as of the moment. But developers promised to release it worldwide and with an Android version pretty soon.

On the contrary, two of Supercell's games were not as famous as "Clash of Clans" and have never been sought after. "Spooky Pop" and "Smash Land" have a hard time "to reach the high standards set by our other games," the developers said.

Meanwhile, watch the hands-on video from the YouTube fan channel PlayClashOfClans. Also, know more about "Clash Royale" in an interview with the people behind the game.

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