'Clash of Clans' 2016 Latest News & Updates: December Update Confirmed to Bring VR Support? New Characters to Include Red Barbarian King?
Despite the rise of much more popular games, "Clash of Clans" still holds its ground as one of the most played mobile games currently out now. This month, game developer Supercell is set to release a host of new updates, include a major one featuring the virtual reality capability.
It has long been rumored that the game developers would soon be introducing VR features to "Clash of Clans." The rumors followed a video from Supercell uploaded on YouTube. The preview had showcased what seemed to be a 360 degree video, with the footage taking the perspective of a Hog Rider. This then led fans to believe that "Clash of Clans" will indeed be getting a VR update soon.
However, there has been no confirmation from Supercell as of yet. With this, there is still a small chance that the feature may not even appear on "Clash of Clans." With the nature of the game being a turn-based massive role playing game, the logistics and algorithms for the mobile game could be pretty complex.
Whichever the case though, "Clash of Clans" will definitely be receiving the December update. Many fans have been suggesting that the update will bring huge enhancements and fixes. Among the new features would be the inclusion of Red Barbarian King, one of the heroes rumored to be included in the "Clash of Clans" roster.
Red Barbarian King could then be acquired through the Barbarian King Statue in "Clash of Clans." The character will then come with its counterpart, the Red Barbarian Archer Queen. The aerial defense in "Clash of Clans" is also predicted to be improved.
While there has been no exact arrival date for the "Clash of Clans" update, it is set to be sometime in December. Nothing has been confirmed by the company just yet, so these predictions should be taken with a hint of skepticism. If proven true though, the new characters and the VR capability would certainly refresh and bring new excitement to "Clash of Clans."