Clash Of Clans September Update Pushed Back, Release Date Uncertain
Only less than a week from entering October, the highly anticipated Clash of Clans September update is yet to be unleashed. Fans are already wondering if Supercell still plans to release it. However, there are reports that it has been pushed back. And what's worst? No official date has been unveiled.
As previously reported here at iTech Post, the Clash of Clans servers were recently upgraded. It was deemed as a "server upkeep," which was meant to prepare the game for forthcoming updates of sorts. The community believed that this was done so as to pave the way for the so-called September patch. Unfortunately, the month is close to nearing its end, and still, no update has been released.
In fact, not only was the unleash date of the Clash of Clans September patch a burden. The features it's supposed to include are also vague. Sure, there have been rumors about what it'll be offering; however, as of this writing, Supercell has yet to confirm -- let alone announce -- any of these.
Nevertheless, one thing's for sure -- a new Clash of Clans mode is coming. It's called Clan Challenge mode in which players can set up friendly war requests to another clan. As the two entities agree, the challenge commences (preparation day first, of course).
It's worth noting that a Clash of Clans update arrived sometime in August. Unfortunately, to the dismay of fans, it didn't prove to meet expectations; hence the community are expecting something bigger from Supercell. Also, during that time, the studio revealed their plans to unleash yet another update, only this time it's going to be massive, as reported by Headlines & Global News.
In related Clash of Clans news, one of the company's admin announced (via the official forum of the studio) the scheduled livestreaming of Ground Vs. Air. It's set on October 9. It's where teams (each composed of 5 players max) will have to choose between ground and air troops. Supercell, on the other hand, will be the one to provide them with maxed out TH 11 accounts for the event.
What are your thoughts on the supposed Clash of Clans September update? Do you think it'll arrive this month? Or perhaps, it has been pushed back to a later date this year? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!
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