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'Clash Of Clans' September 2016 Makes Clan Wars Fair For Newbies, Veterans; Enough To Reach 'Pokemon Go' Popularity?


"Clash of Clans" has reportedly started to lose avid gamers just before "Pokemon Go" hit the market. This is because of the previous update released in May which met negative feedbacks from the gamers.

Finnish game developer Supercell announced that after the fallout of the previous game update, they will just work on updates that are recommended by players. As a matter of fact, the developer is now making an effort to satisfy "Clash of Clans" fans and  cleanse its image from the fallout by hosting surveys, Clash of Clans reported.

The "Clash of Clans" marketing move enables fans to share ideas, feedbacks and opinions about the features and improvements necessary to make the game more satisfying to play than before.

It has been reported that the Supercell's "Clash of Clan" team at the back end are gathering the suggestions and complaints from the public and will be addressed at a slow but steady manner. In fact, Supercell is taking its next biggest feature and updates based on social media feedback inputs, Touch Arcade reported.

Some suggestions from gamers focus on the how they want Supercell to create a mode that allows a level playing field among veteran players and newbies. The current "Clash of Clans" gameplay set-up is suggested to be a dead end for newbies because no matter how skilled their troops are, their bases are weak so there is always a higher chance of losing the war.

In order to address the base issue, players suggest that the "Clash of Clans" settings should be adjusted by making the clan wars fair. This may possibly done through a level-mode setting where two clans can have a temporary same-level status. Under this scheme, the players could have a temporary level compromise and forget about their bases in order to focus on proper strategies to win the clan war.

"Clash of Clans" is reportedly getting a brand new update in September. The update is rumored to fix the current issues caused by the previous update. Watch "Clash Of Clans" troll base compilation attacks.

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