Clash Royale 2.7.4 Update with Various Bug Fixes for Major Issues is Now Available for Download

Even though there are many fun mobile games that Android and iOS fans can download and install on their smartphones, there aren’t that many which can even compare to Clash Royale. This is one of the longest standing mobile games available on the Google Play Store being launched back in 2016. The amazing thing about Clash Royale is that despite being launched three years ago, the mobile game is still going strong to this day with more than 25 million downloads on the Google Play Store alone.

Nonetheless, the reason why Clash Royale is making headlines today is because Supercell has recently released a new update. For those who are unfamiliar with Supercell, they should know that this is a renowned mobile game developer with titles such as Clash Royale, Brawl Stars and Clash of Clans under its belt. With that said, let’s check out the latest update for Clash Royale.

Clash Royale 2.7.4 Update

The latest update for Clash Royale sports the 2.7.4 version number and it comes with lots of bug fixes and software improvements that are aimed at enhancing the overall performances of Clash Royale. Even though bug fixes might not be as exciting as new features, we have to let all Clash Royale fans know that bug fixes are more than often a higher priority download than new features.

The reason behind this is that bug fixes take care of various issues which can cause the mobile game to lag or even crash at times. Therefore, we are advising all Clash Royale fans to make sure to download the latest update as soon as possible.

Installation Guide

The update is being rolled out via official OTA (over the air) channels. However, the update is being released systematically. This means that only a couple of thousands of Clash Royale fans are going to receive the update. Fortunately, eager Clash Royale fans can also download the update in the form of APK in order to skip the waiting line. The trick to making this work is to enable the “Unknown Sources” option from the Settings panel.

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