'Clash Of Clans' 2016 Latest News & Updates: September Update Major Game Changes Include Arranged Wars, Penalty System, Free Gem Mining, More!
Players of "Clash Of Clans" have been anxiously waiting for the COC Sept. update. The anxiousness is mixed with excitement thanks to reports that the "Clash Of Clans" update for Sept. might bring about major changes for the game.
The first expected "Clash Of Clans" update for Sept. has something to do with a feature inserting a touch of augmented-reality factor in COC. However, this report has bee downplayed by gaming experts, saying that a whole new app might be needed if "Clash Of Clans" plans to go virtual.
The second expected update for "Clash Of Clans" this Sept. involves penalty system. This "Clash Of Clans" update will reportedly implement some changes in looting and penalty system. It is still unsure if the looting and penalty "Clash Of Clans" update will be a yay or a nay for the players.
The third expected "Clash Of Clans" update for Sept. will reportedly allow players to experience free gem mining. If this "Clash Of Clans" update will push through and will really be implemented in the Sept. update, a lot of players will surely be overjoyed. Earning gems is very difficult and involves real money. However, if Supercell allows free gem mining, their profits might take a slight beating.
The fourth expected "Clash Of Clans" update for Sept. has something to do with the Town Halls which would greatly benefit the newbies. COC newbies can enjoy more game benefits even without reaching TH 11. The current "Clash Of Clans" game has limited restrictions for players below TH11.
The last and highly-anticipated "Clash Of Clans" update has something to do with arranged wars or "Clan Challenges." Unlike normal clan wars that come up spontaneously, the "arranged clan challenges" will reportedly allow clans to send a friendly clan challenge request to other clans. The tentative "Clash Of Clans" update will be rolled out by Sept. 18.