Clash Royale Balance Changes November 2023

Early Clash Royale balance changes for November 2023 have been revealed. They are introducing refinements to ten different cards, such as Knight Evolution, Skeletons Evolution, Bats Evolution, Little Prince and others. It’s important to keep track of these buffs and nerfs, as it can completely upset your deck. So, let’s get into the November 2023 Balance Changes, shall we?

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Clash Royale Balance Changes November 2023

Clash Royale Balance Changes in November 2023

The November 2023 balance changes in Clash Royale affect several cards, all of which needed a bit of tweaking. Some of then are getting buffs, while others that have grown a bit too strong are getting nerfs. The November balance changes will go live on November 13th, 2023. Here’s a list of the upcoming channges in Clash Royale. This is still work in progress and we’ll update the guide further if we do see some further changes. However, this info comes straight from Supercell, so it should be right on the money.

  • Skeletons Evolution – First Hit Speed reduced from 0.5 seconds to 0.4 seconds (+20%)
  • Bats Evolution – First Hit Speed reduced 0.5 seconds to 0.2 seconds (+60%)
  • Knight Evolution – Bonus Hit Speed reduced from -0.3 seconds to -0.1 seconds, Damage per second reduced by 18% at level 11
  • Royal Recruits Evolution – Bonus Damage reduced from 12% to 6%, reduces total overall Damage by 5%
  • Little Prince – Royal Rescue Dash Distance reduced from 5 to 4.5 (+10%)

So, those are the early balance changes in Clash Royale in November 2023. If you happen to notice anything else that’s different, but not mentioned in the post, let us know in the comments. Just in case there are some shadow nerfs or buffs happening. And if you want to learn more about the patch itself, you can do that on Supercell’s official website. There are some other things in there that you need to be aware of, such as Frozen Troops no longer being able to be pushed by others.

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