You should get excited with the new update to Clash Royale 2.0.1. In fact, Supercell calls it the biggest update. Based on its promise, Supercell touted that it would deliver a better and more improved Clash Royale.
However, Supercell is yet to make it available on the Google Play Store. So, you may have to download the Clash Royale 2.0.1 APK from a trusted source. Anyway, the developer told players that they may have to wait for the official release if they want to.
The Touchdown Mode
The Touchdown mode offers no more river, bridges, or towers. So players will have to get their troops from the base of the opponents. Doing it 3 times causes you to win the match.
Gem And Gold Rush Events
Both events will allow players to take down towers, which in turn earns them bags of gems and gold.
This type of match enables players to fight considering they have the exact same deck.
In this type of match, players will have a chance at rounds on a weekly and daily basis, earning them rewards. Likewise, players are able to chat and arrange for a rematch with a 2v2 teammate, share and copy decks, gain an Epic Card for free from the Shop on Sundays, and more.
Clash Royale 2.0.1 will be released with some balancing updates together with some bug fixes. If you want to get the APK version running on your Android device, then you need to prepare your smartphone for it.
- Make sure that you have turned on the option for Unknown Sources so that you can install an APK file not acquired from the Play Store.
- Simply go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
- After doing it, you can now connect your device to the computer and copy the Clash Royale APK file.
- Tap it in order to install the file on your mobile device. You will be prompted to confirm your installation from an unknown source.
- After the file has been installed, make sure that you will turn off the option you have just turned on earlier.
- Go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources and toggle the switch to off to ensure that no other file from unknown sources will be installed on your smartphone.