The past days in Clash Royale things have been quite silent in terms of updates and new features. But we did have enough content to enjoy, for example, the mega deck, which gave players some mixed feelings – some wanted it to be permanent, while others hated it.
Then, on 29 April, Clash Royale went through a regular short maintenance, which was said to be followed by a new optional update that would solve some issues.
Today, the team at Clash Royale has announced on Twitter that the awaited update is now live and everyone that has had crashes recently must update their games:
We've just released an Optional Update! Please update your game if you have been experiencing crashes recently.
— Clash Royale (@ClashRoyale) April 30, 2019
Clash Royale 2.7.4 – Fixes and Changes
On their website, the Clash Royale team added the patch notes of the optional update, which should solve all those annoying crash issues in the game:
This update addresses the recent crashes that players have been experiencing, as well as other fixes and changes.
Here are all the fixes and changes that rolled out with the update which has just been released, reaching version 2.7.4:
- Fixed issues where Clash Royale would crash mid-game
- Fixed resolution and UI issues on some taller devices
- Fix for opening links on some inbox messages
- Fixed issue with incorrect League badges being displayed
- Trophy Road friends list improvements
- Fixed visualization of Trade Token highlighted in Challenges
- Fixed Gold Rush UI issues
- Fixed issues with horizontal drag while browsing Tournament leaderboards
- Updated localizations and card texts
- Supercell ID is now available in more countries!
- Help links added to Supercell ID
- Fixed Emotes not loading (stuck in loading loop) for some users
You can update your game from inside Google Play Store or download the APK file which should be only 87.19 MB in size.
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Sonia Theo has been writing for more than 15 years, first starting with fantasy stories. She has a bachelor’s degree in English and German, and one in Arts and Design. In the past years, her interests in gaming and tech news grew, so she started writing articles, guides and reviews for players. In her spare time, you’ll see Sonia playing WoW, crafting decorations and jewelry, or walking her dog. For Digital Overload, Sonia Theo will cover all things tech and gaming, delivering fresh updates on your favorite games.