‘Clash of Clans’ December 2016 Update Release Date, News & Update: New Hero Look, Improved Air Defense, Repair Shipwreck Coming Next Month?

By Laine Lucas , Updated Nov 23, 2016 07:58 PM EST

"Clash of Clans" forthcoming December update was first announced in October, but fans have since waited for the exact release date of the new content. So far, Supercell hasn't made any official announcement regarding the exact date that the update will rollout or details about what's to come, but rumors about what's coming to the mobile game app are making the rounds.

According to recent reports, "Clash of Clans" December update will bring new units, such as Air Defense and Air Sweeper, new decorations and hero looks. First off, it was mentioned in AllClash that the update will improve aerial defense; it will also give Wall Breakers, Hog Riders and Golems new appearances. It was also stated that the Barbarian King statue will serve as a decoration in the game. Although the new content would be interesting, it should be noted that Supercell hasn't confirmed this yet.

The widely reported feature that is said to be part of the "Clash of Clans" December update is the ability to repair shipwrecks. According to reports, players could fix the shipwrecks and earn gems and coins in return. Since this rumored feature is focused in the waters, fans are hoping that somehow Supercell will spice things up a bit by bringing out sea monsters.

Meanwhile, "Clash of Clans" December update is one hotly anticipated game update because, as GamenGuide previously reported, Supercell is expected to bring major improvements to the game so it can keep up with the competition. Rumor has it that Supercell is starting to feel threatened that another mobile game app, "Pokemon Go," continues to rise in popularity.

For now, there's still no official word from Supercell regarding the new update. A week from now, the new month comes so it is expected that more details about "Clash of Clans" December update should be dropped soon.

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