Clash of Clans May 2020 Gold Pass Brings Exciting Stuff

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Although Clash of Clans is available only for Android and iOS devices, it has tremendous success. Having around 100 million players, the game was created and published by Supercell in 2012. If you’re into strategy games where you have to build forts with gold and elixir resources, then you’ll definitely love Clash of Clans!

As it happens every month, the developers are bringing for May a new Gold Pass towards the players of Clash of Clans. Thus, the players will get several benefits.

Novelties in Clash of Clans May 2020 Gold Pass

Things will only be on your side if you engage in various Clash of Clans battles along with the arrival of the Gold Pass. A Season Bank will emerge and it will accumulate Gold, Elixir, and Dark Elixir. Multiple magic items that are very useful for the in-game village can also be earned by completing those challenges. A free tier will arrive for those who don’t opt to buy the pass offering plenty of resources to help.

But the good news doesn’t stop here since there will be boosts for reducing researching time to upgrade troops, reduction in resource costs for army queues, training time and building time, and cost reductions.

If you’re still not convinced that Clash of Clans is worth playing, maybe the description from the Play Store will convince you:

“Join millions of players worldwide as you build your village, raise a clan, and compete in epic Clan Wars! Mustachioed Barbarians, fire wielding Wizards, and other unique troops are waiting for you! Enter the world of Clash!”

If you’re deeply in love with Clash of Clans and you want to enjoy it also on a PC, you could choose to install one of the Android emulators that are capable of doing the job for you: BlueStacks, ARChon, BlissOS, GameLoop, Genymotion, and so on.

Patricia Smead is The Trending Times’s senior contributor covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Patricia graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.

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