'Clash of Clans' Latest News & Updates: Massive September Update Possibly Changes The Entire Gameplay?

By Anne Caballo , Updated Aug 30, 2016 03:05 PM EDT
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It was recently reported that Supercell will be releasing a huge update for the game "Clash Of Clans" this coming September. Although there have been no details revealed on what to come out of the next update, it is said that it will reach the expectations of their loyal gamers.

After so many updates released, the number of players for the game "Clash Of Clans" is still declining. It can be said that Supercell should make a move already and have some major improvements for the game especially now that there are very tight competition among mobile games.

According to iTech Post, Supercell have confirmed of an upcoming update for the game "Clash of Clans" that will improve features that the previous update did not have. Although they have not released any official features and details for the upcoming update, it is said that it will have a huge change in the overall gameplay of the game.

A report from Game & Guide states that the September update for "Clash Of Clan" will have penalty features, balancing of the game and the most awaited Gem Mine that will give players free gems. However, Supercell did not shared a lot about the Gem Mine feature, but it surely caught the attention of their players. Gems are bought in game to be used for faster upgrades and level up.

The upcoming update for the game "Clash Of Clans" will surely be different from the previous updates according to Ecumenical News. More features will be introduced especially for those have level 1 up to level 11 Town Halls. The previous updates was reportedly affect those Town Hall level 11 and above.

Supercell has not announced any official date for the release of the anticipated September update for "Clash Of Clans" as of the moment. They also have not yet commented about the reportedly new features and fixes for the game.

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