‘Clash of Clans’ 2016 Latest News & Update: Supercell Upgrades Game Servers, Gives Strong Indication of Update Being Round the Corner

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Sep 27, 2016 10:59 AM EDT
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September is almost over and Supercell is yet to release the massive "Clash of Clans" update. The wait seems painful and fans are increasingly growing restless. Some are even worried as they are not sure if the update would come in September at all. However, Supercell's recent server upgrade and maintenance may mean something.

On Monday, Supercell announced a "Clash of Clans" maintenance break for the game's servers for server upkeep. This has led many fans to believe that Supercell is upgrading the game's servers for readying them for the new update, reported The Bitbag.

Redditor Chief SpAnser recently pointed out in the "Clash of Clans" subreddit that the Sneak Peeks would inform fans what they can expect in the September update and when it would be announced. Fans have not been informed much about the "Clash of Clans" September update except the "Clan Challenge" feature. Supercell revealed details about the "Clan Challenge" via their official forum site. Rumors about mining free gems are also doing rounds.

The "Clash of Clans" Sneak Peek is basically a preview of what the September update will be like. It will cover bug fixes, new stuffs and features, writes iTech Post. The Redditor also stated that the "Clash of Clans" server has been upgraded to 8.41.x. This is in many ways a strong indication that the "Clash of Clans" September update is round the corner.

However, as there has been no official update from game developers, fans are in doubt if the update will arrive this month or not. Whatever the case may be, "Clash of Clans" developers should at least release an official statement if there is a delay. The "Clan Challenge" feature may not arrive though with the update. Stay tuned on GameNGuide for news on "Clash of Clans" update.

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