Clash Royale to celebrate its 7th anniversary with the arrival of the Birthday Season

What are the gifts coming?

Clash Royale turns 7! It’s been an immensely successful 7 years for Clash Royale and as a part of the 7th anniversary celebrations, a themed Birthday Season will be coming to the game with lots of events and rewards on offer. For now, no concrete info about the season has been revealed yet.

The Birthday Season will be themed after the 7th anniversary celebrations

Clash Royale was first released on 2nd March 2016, following the footsteps of the immensely successful Clash of Clans which was also developed by Finnish company Supercell. The idea behind the tower defense game with the cards from the Clash Universe was very well received by the players, and now with a blink of an eye, it has turned seven.

As a part of the celebrations, a Birthday Season has been announced. Even though there isn’t any info or leaks about the details of what’s coming, we’ll find it out soon. The Goblin party tickets are available in the game, which the players can claim for free to get in-game customizations.

The trailer suggests that the Goblin Party Arena from Season 5 may appear again, but it is also possible that this is different from the previous one. Because the Goblins are the focus of this trailer, don’t be surprised if we see some events themed after them as well. But expect some good Tower Skins this season, one or two possibly for free!

Goblin Hut in Clash Royale
Image via Supercell

Clash Royale will undoubtedly hold events to distribute freebies to all of its fans. With our favorite game turning a year older, we’ll have to wait and see what else is announced. Stay tuned until then!

What are your thoughts on the Birthday Season coming as a celebration of the 7th anniversary of Clash Royale? Mention your thoughts in the comments below!

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