‘Clash of Clans’ 2016 Latest News & Update: Town Hall Major Overhaul, ClashCon Cancelled; Multiple Account Users Now Banned, Sparks Fury?

By Lilibeth C , Updated Sep 07, 2016 09:17 AM EDT
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Recent updates for "Clash of Clans" is filled with much uncertainty. Claims have surfaced regarding the issues surrounding the updates and the banning of multiple account of users.

"Clash of Clans" new developments been done for September. Among the developments are the townhall major overhaul and the integration of new and powerful heroes. Also, ClashCon, a new feature that allows face to face battle between the clash of clan's troops and with "Pokémon Go" troops was set for release, but that has been cancelled.

According to Movie News Guide, ClashCon was cancelled due to the demands on developing more of the clash of clan improvements, which is actually benefit the clashers. New levels for the troops is also requested and granted for the gamers of "Clash of Clans."

Supercell announces that some of the "Clash of Clans" users are using multiple accounts which was included in the ban, according to iTechPost. However,  report says the said ban affected some gamers that do not have multiple accoutns.

Also, due to this, many players are not playing the game anymore, they were discourage of the ban. Instead, it is rumored that the enthusiasts of the "Clash of Clans" have now changed their game to "Pokemon Go."

Booting is a part of cheating and is not included in the ban, but many players cannot play the game for half a month unless it's their first violence. With the noted ban for the "Clash of Clans" on the rise, the game is feeling the intensity and dismay of the gamers.

Cancelling the ClashCon was not expected by some of the gamers because there are some that was excited to join the event.  However, the decision was definitive.

For now, Supercell is focusing on improving the gameplay for the "Clash of Clans." For the gamers, the "Clash of Clans" is still playable in iOS and Android devices.

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