‘Clash of Clans' Update Coming this December; See All New Air Defense and Battle Styles Included

By Staff Reporter , Updated Nov 15, 2016 05:30 AM EST
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Supercell's MMO strategy videogame "Clash of Clans" is all set to receive an update this December. This is following the recently well received Halloween CoC update released in October. According to the latest reports, there will be more ships featured in the new update, alongside water creatures and the much anticipated air defenses.

But prior to the expected December "Clash of Clans" update, a major patch is said to arrive this week. Patches usually arrive whenever a big update is scheduled to launch. This will pave way for the update to settle; free of bugs and issues that may tend to mar the update.

On November 16, Supercell is expected to release the "Clash of Clans" update that will feature more sea creatures and crafts. Last October, game developer Supercell included a shipwreck with a purpose. Unlike previous ships on CoC, the shipwreck can be fixed and once it's done, it serves as transporter of golds in the game.

According to the MobiPicker, the new "Clash of Clans" update with rumored ships has no confirmed "working ships" or just additional game displays. However, mermaids were mentioned, which gives the idea of sea creatures as one of the biggest updates in the upcoming CoC patch.

This coming December, expect the new CoC update to feature the battle between the Goblin vs. Wizard. Unfortunately, no other details were confirmed for that one particular spoiler. More "Clash of Clans" update also include the Red Barbarian King that is included for every purchase of the Red Archer Queen.

The best part of the all new "Clash of Clans" update is the apparent use of ships to collect gold and coins. It's a milestone that Supercell has created in order for players to find something to do with their ship collections.

For more "Clash of Clans" update, make sure to read the latest news and details here on GameNGuide.

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