Oct 28, 2016 02:37 PM EDT
'Clash of Clans' October Update: 7 Things To Expect In ‘Clash of Clans’ Update [VIDEO]
There will be seven "Clash of Clans" update that we are expecting to see, including changes in the total function of the game. The game is now showcasing its updated fixes to the prior problems that were experienced by its users.
"Clash of Clans" is now being worked on by the developer Supercell, and according to feedbacks from many of CoC fans, these changes were implemented to produce better CoC experience. Basically, the game addressed the problems related to cheating, and made modifications to the format of training CoC armies. Supercell also jived with the Halloween season, through adding a Halloween theme to the game as well as lowering the brew times for creating spells or troops.
The Bomb Tower is introduced alongside the update of CoC, and it is an all-new building made for defense, allowing players for taking advantages of special order. Apart from these additions, the update also includes 25 more walls for the Town Hall 11, iDigital Times reported.
There are seven updates that can be expected for CoC. First is the Gem Mine, however it is not yet available for buying, thus, players can only earn one Gem per day. Because of this, players can only get few gem pieces in a day.
Second is that the King and Queen can now be used in Clan Wars during upgrade. Third, it is also now possible to donate loot and gems, especially if the castle can hold all of the donations in. Clans can now be relied upon when it comes to upgrades instead of purchasing them, according to Gotta Be Mobile.
The fourth update is about the Halloween theme, wherein Supercell introduced Night Mode for the game as well as adding pumpkins and bushes. Fifth is the Shipment, which is added to be fixed by the player before it can be used. Sixth, a loot bonus is added and it can grow smaller or bigger depending on the defense. Seventh, there will be more Dark Troops, however, it cannot be predicted when or where they will come. These updates were added in order to maintain the game's competitiveness.
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