Clash of Clans Update: Arranged Wars, What To Know About The Rumored New Feature
Supercell has confirmed that the latest Clash of Clans update will feature a new clan-based warfare: Clan Challenge. Dubbed “Arranged Wars,” it involves clans being able to challenge each other instead of being pitted through random matchmaking.Advertisement
Unlike standard clan wars, this mode will allow clans to decide the terms of battle, much like real wars. The current clan-based battle relies on the clan’s trophy count to determine its “strength” and match it with an equally matched clan.
According to Neurogadget, when the other clan accepts the request, the battle will begin immediately. Players will then go to a preparation stage to set up their war bases and troops.
The new mode will also allow players to choose how long they would like to slug it out at each other. The rumored Clash of Clans update has already received favorable response from players.
Clash Of Clans Update Features New Clan-Based Battle Mode
This will allow friendly clans to engage in short or long battles and test out their battle strengths as well as try new strategies. As for resource costs, Supercell has also confirmed that players won’t be able to play Clan Challenge and Clan War simultaneously.
Details regarding loot and loot distribution are still unavailable however. The most obvious choice would be to use the same preexisting mechanics from the current Clan War mode.
The game is still highly popular despite games regularly encroaching on its market. With the cancellation of this year’s Clash-Con, it seems Supercell has placed the resources it saved to developing its games instead.
Clash of Clans and its spin-off game Clash Royale have been serious money makers for the Finnish game developer. And despite games like Pokemon GO off to an explosive start in the middle of the year, it wasn’t enough to topple the king of mobile gaming.
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