‘Clash Of Clans’ Latest News & Update: Game Upgrade Includes VR-360 Experience? Game To See Sequel? Thrilling Details Available Here!
The app that first took over the mobile phones is ready to make a comeback this 2017! "Clash of Clans" will get the reigns back from "Pokemon Go" as it sets to introduce a whole new level of VR-360 experience.
'Clash Of Clans' Returns To Rule Mobile Gaming
Supercell has decided to get the reigns from Niantic as it sets to roll out a new update for "Clash of Clans" this December. While "Pokemon Go" has captured the mobile gaming, "Clash of Clans" is planning to claim the throne by introducing a VR-360 experience to its fans.
According to latest reports, "Clash of Clans" will include VR enhancements for a new level of experience in mobile gaming. Supercell has successfully launched a 360-degree trailer this month. More so, the game developers are also preparing bigger surprises for its fans.
A couple of pictures from the Clash Cup Finals that took place in Paris last weekend! Congrats to Gloria Victis on winning the tournament! pic.twitter.com/yzSgcBnSP3— Clash of Clans (@ClashofClans) December 4, 2016
Supercell has put a lot of efforts in the content, graphics and other details as seen in the new trailer. The trailer released shows Hog Rider being blown into the clouds. In true "Clash of Clans" fashion, fans will see mass attacks while a skeleton plays on the right side of the screen.
Supercell is continuously planning improvements on the game; however, it won't be applied until early quarter of 2017. However, there are some speculations saying that "Clash of Clans" may see a sequel instead.
'Clash of Clans' Sequel Coming Soon?
Neurogadget noted that there are discussions going on about a possible sequel to Clash of Clans." In fact, some say that the sequel has already started initial stages of development. The sequel is just part of its grand plan for the game.
Developing the possible sequel may also be the cause of delay in the "Clash of Clans" December update. However, most believe that this move isn't at all surprising.
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