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Jul 12, 2016 01:03 PM EDT

'Clash of Clans' Update Possibilities: Fans Demand Daily Quests, Easier Clan Transfer, Associate Clan Leader, Clan Troop Bank


"Clash of Clans," one of the most successful online game, is asking suggestions from fans on features that they would want to see for the game update.

"Clash of Clans" game previously gave out updates that fans regretted because it had bugs and issues regarding deployment. At present, Supercell is trying to avoid mistakes by personally asking gamers on how to improve their future update, as well as suggestions on other ways to improve the gameplay.

A number of "Clash of Clans" game players have made individual suggestions. In fact, there are a few notable recommendations made in the "Clash of Clans" forum.

One "Clash of Clans" game update recommendation was to improve its quests. Fans want the game to have daily, weekly, and monthly quests so they can widen their choices when joining a battle.

"Clash of Clans" players tend to move in different clans to support friends. Hence, another suggestion is for the update to find solutions to better find and transfer to clans. According to one forum member, it would make the player's lives easier.

Some gamers wish that the "Clash of Clans" update would introduce a clan co-leader with the same responsibilities that the clan leader has such as automatic control when the leader demotes himself, HNGN reported. Also, they wish to have an elder who is responsible for the inviting, accepting, and kicking members out.

Another "Clash of Clans" update suggestion made by gamers is to have the ability to make a hero available even if they are being upgraded. This way, the players can use the hero during the game's upgrade. A Clan Troop Bank Is also one of the suggested features. The "Clash of Clans"   bank is where the clan can store donation only for members of the troops, Neurogadget reported.

"Clash of Clans" update is speculated to appeal greatly to its users. The report from Neurogadget also notes that Supercell wants to compensate the numerous bugs that players suffered from in the previous updates.

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