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Clash Of Clans Guide: Everything You Need To Know About Friendly Wars

By Alvin Elfwine , Oct 18, 2016 04:40 AM EDT

The highly anticipated October update has finally arrived to the hit mobile game Clash of Clans. While it introduced a couple of features and improvements, one that took the spotlight is the so-called Friendly Wars mode. It's definitely an interesting addition, which fans can easily enjoy. Here's everything about it in a nutshell.

As stated in the official Clash of Clans site, through the Friendly Wars feature, players will have the opportunity go up against their friends or clan mates. They can go into war for almost an hour or so, something that is shorter compared to Clan Wars. Nevertheless, it'll involve 5 players on each team.

It's also worth noting that Clash of Clans has a new feature to offer. From now on, players will be able to add friends using another player's respective profile. Also, they can do so by searching them through the player tag. It also means that even if players are currently doing some upgrades, they can send support during the aforementioned battles.

Apart from the Friendly War challenge in Clash of Clans, players can now easily train two fully loaded troops. And take note, this can be done as simple as two taps. It's safe to say that Supercell is trying to make the game worth playing again. After all, they have to ensure its existence in the market, especially with the arrival of Niantic's Pokemon GO.

As previously reported here at iTech Post, the studio iterated that through the October update, Clash of Clans is once again glitch free. That not only brand new features were introduced, a couple of improvements and enhancements were also unleashed. This, of course, is for the sole reason for making the gameplay experience as smooth as possible.

For interested Clash of Clans players, they can check the full details of the aforesaid update here. Note that most, if not all, of these pertain to content and balancing.

What are your thoughts on Clash of Clans and the new mode called Friendly Wars? Have you given it a try already? How was it so far? Share your experience to us at the comment section below!

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