‘Clash Of Clans’ Update Promises Town Hall 11, Elixirs For Wall Upgrades, Dragons & Barbarians; Early 2015 Release Date
Clash of Clans" fans rejoice! The upcoming update to the hit mobile MMO strategy video game will pack in all the good stuff loyal players have been craving for since the previous update was launched in December 2014.
Game N Guide has learned that the limited time update for "Clash of Clans' will give players the ability to train Dragons and Barbarians at much quicker speeds than before. The significant improvement allows dragons to be trained every six minutes and Barbarians to be honed every four seconds.
"Players can train both Barbarians and Dragons up to five times faster,"
Game N Guide wrote adding, "That means one Barbarian can be created every 4 seconds, while a Dragon can arrive every 6 minutes. That's...that's a lot of Barbarians and Dragons. I expect to get bowled over very quickly, and with great enthusiasm, over the course of the next few days."
Supercell may also be tweaking the gameplay to ensure that there's more depth to it than before.
Notable changes in the gameplay of the "Clash of Clans" update include the player's ability to upgrade an entire row of walls with just one move. It can be noted that in the previous updates, gamers only relied on using gold to do this move. Now, they can also use elixir instead of gold just so they can upgrade walls quickly, reports Inquisitr.
Interestingly, the new update is also rumored to support level 11 upgrade for Town Halls. The pacing of the game as a whole has also been improved with troops healing faster than before and prepare for combats at a more timely manner. Other widely speculated upgrades include: the introduction of a new hero, the addition of more hero levels and other content details that will make the gameplay even more interactive, reports Latinos Post.
As of late, there is no word yet on the official release date of the limited time update of "Clash of Clans." However, the addicting game was able to make a huge buzz on Sunday when it aired its Super Bowl ad featuring action superstar Liam Neeson.Per Business Insider's report, Neeson was channeling his "Taken" character in the advertisement that poked fun on how some players take the game seriously that they plot revenge against other gamers.