'Clash of Clans' 2016 Update: Will Recent Update Bug the Gamers or Will It Be Bug Free?

By Kanika Gupta - 08 May '16 05:47AM

"Clash of Clans" experienced a system downtime on May 4. But the good news is that Supercell released a new update for their famous mobile platform game. The idea behind the update is to reduce the time required for several in-features of the game and also to integrate changes bug-free.

Now that the most recent update of "Clash of Clans" has been released, the game has become far more interesting for the players. The latest update is the developer's attempt to win back its players that it lost to bug-plagued update released in December last year and then March this year. Now the gamers will not have to wait for too long to prepare heavy armies.

The latest patch that is already downloadable will make the brewing for all the spells at least two times faster. The players will also be able to train the dragon, witch and wall breaker up to two times faster. Golem training, P.E.K.K.A, and Lava Hound will be three times faster. Hero regeneration time is reduced significantly. Balloon, Valkyrie, Bowler, Balloon and wizard will be trained faster.

Not only that but the players will notice balanced gameplay. As the the bowlers reach their target, their attack will become faster. Meanwhile, the timeout required to search for an opponent has been raised to 30 minutes.

The last two updates in December and March were very poorly received by the players and the critics alike. Many gamers were so disappointed with the bug-filled updates that they quit playing the game. It is safe to assume

Supercell received an intense backlash in their biggest updates last December and March. Many "Clash of Clans" gamers were disappointed in dealing with several bugs following the update. So, for sure, the team is now careful when they deployed their recent update.

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