Sep 23, 2016 07:56 AM EDT | By Tim Armstrong
The popular mobile game "Clash of Clans" is still one of the most played games in the industry today. According to reports, its game developer and publisher Supercell is planning to release a major update this month that would change the war play system of the game.
The new "Clash of Clans" September update is expected to bring new features that might change the whole gameplay of the freemium mobile MMO strategy video game. One of the most anticipated features that is said to arrive with the new patch is the inclusion of Town Hall 12.
Several leaked details from different alleged sources have already surface online with regard to "Clash of Clans" September update. According to a well-known "Clash of Clans" Subreddit tipster, Chief spAnser, Supercell is expected to release a sneak preview of the new gameplay in the coming days. The company is also said to be gearing up for its announcement.
It has been previously reported, that the upcoming "Clash of Clans" September update will add a new feature called Clan Challenge. This has already been confirmed by the developer via the game's official forum site. There are also speculations suggesting that another feature to be included in the patch will allow players to acquire gems for free.
Despite the excitement of all players for the new "Clash of Clans" September update, fans should note that some rumors are still unconfirmed. Until, Supercell makes an official announcement, all rumors and speculations must be taken with a grain of salt.
Meanwhile, according to a report by the International Business Times, "Clash of Clans" September update might include a new mode that will add more actions to the game. As of the moment, the company has continued to stay silent with regard to the much-awaited patch. There are reports suggesting that Supercell might do a surprise release for the new September patch. Stay tuned for more news and updates about the upcoming "Clash of Clans" September update.
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