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‘Clash Royale’ News & Update: Supercell Allegedly Developing An End Game; Elite Barbarians Issues To Be Solved

Update Date: Jan 02, 2017 07:00 AM EST

"Clash Royale" has been known for its continuous leveling up or change of arena every time a player wins. To avoid this repetitive game style, it has been said that Supercell is set to develop a new end game to satisfy the gamers' cravings to win.

On a Reddit post by a user named Pentox, the Redditor claimed that he is a part of Supercell's developer team that is planning to solve "Clash Royale" end game. This move is to make sure that players won't dislike the title for being a never-ending game.

"Clash Royale" developers admitted that the users who are getting stuck in the game's repetitive gameplay are an unintentional move by Supercell, TouchArcade noted. The team also stressed out that the players are moving ahead faster on the game compared to the time they spend to create a new content. They even explained that the lack of end game has been experienced even before through the World of Warcraft, thus Blizzard is experiencing the same problem.

With that, the coming of an end game in "Clash Royale" is something that the team is working hard for, Uber Gizmo cited. However, the Reddit user didn't give any details of how this is going to be made. Hence, fans should only take this with a grain of salt and patiently wait for the official announcement or update by Supercell to confirm the news.

Meanwhile, aside from the planned end game, it is also reported that the post also tackled the issues of the Elite Barbarians in "Clash Royale." The Supercell team is pretty much aware that the character is too powerful to play. However, as the Holidays just passed, the group hasn't made any actions yet. In fact, there are assumptions that a nerf will soon come in the game, although nothing is sure yet.

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