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The battles of Clash Royale will last 5 minutes

The battles of Clash Royale will last 5 minutes

Are you a fan of Clash Royale? Well watch out because the time that the games last has changed. Yes, and not only that, but the level of elixir is also affected. Now Clash Royale's battles will last 5 minutes and there will be an elixir x3.

This new change is already in the game, so watch out for the details so they don't get you unnoticed. Remember to check the rework to the Witch and the Executioner, other changes that will be active from December 2, 2019.

So are the new battles of Clash Royale

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As you see, the image speaks for itself. However, we want to clarify some of the reasons why Supercell has decided to make these changes:

  • They don't want more draws.
  • They want more exciting and short games.
  • They want to change the way they play.

However, what happen now? Simple, the games will stop lasting 3 minutes. The classics 3 minutes will be divided as follows:

  • 1 minute: elixir x1.
  • 2 minute: elixir x1.
  • 3 minute: elixir x2.

If there is extra time for a tie of towers, 2 more minutes will be added (Death sbita):

  • 4 minute: elixir x2.
  • 5 minute: elixir x3.

This completely changes the gameplay because it forces players to use their cards more quickly. Also the increase challenge has also changed:

  • They removed the x1, x2 and x3.
  • They added x1, x2, x3, x4 and x5 (one elixir speed per minute).

In this way, Clash Royale changes something within the game again before the big update of December 2019. Meanwhile, tea We recommend taking advantage of the rest of the season to increase your number of cups by reviewing the 5 best decks of season 5 of Clash Royale.

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