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'Clash Royale' Leaks: It May Reveal New (RED) Tower Update On World AIDS Day 2016

Update Date: Nov 26, 2016 08:25 AM EST

To commemorate world AIDS day on December 1 Clash Royal fans have leaked a promotional king's Tower reskin. The update might not offer any game play changes but it appears to be a good way of supporting a worthy cause.

According to reports from iDigitalTimes, it is essentially a standard king Tower design and there is one colored in a reddish bright hue. If we go along the (RED) brand there is a pair of parentheses in the vicinity of the tower's insignia.

A similar concept was in play for Clash of Clans in the past. It is the sister game of Clash Royale. This year would be different for Clash Royale as the game shall receive an update on the occasion of world's AIDS day.

Players have the option of purchasing the special bundles of (RED) gems and the proceeds can be donated to charity. Players can further color their Town Halls red for celebration. A similar idea might be incorporated for Royal with (Red) gems or gold.

It seems that there would be no tactical advantage to (RED) king's Tower. In fact, there are no expectations of any added inferno abilities offering a final line of defense.

It is still not clear when this promotion will begin. Supercell might make an announcement soon ahead of the world AIDS day.  There is no official confirmation from Clash Royale regarding the leaks. Last year things happened between November 30 and December 8. It is better to take everything with a grain of salt.

The latest update of the game arrived earlier this month with balance changes and new cards. Both these games Clash Royale and Clash of Clans are now available on Android and iOS.

The (RED) King's tower leak is genuine and people may enjoy donating on this occasion. Let's see what happens in the coming week.

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