Clash Of Clans Post-Halloween Update Released, Fixes Major Issues

The latest Clash of Clans update has been released, removing the Halloween theme of the game and improves overall game functionality. Players are urged to install the game immediately to fix the drag-and-drop issue.

Clash Of Clans Update Removes Halloween Objects

Per iDigitalTimes, the Clash of Clans update brings the original look of the game, only retaining one Halloween object. The Scary Pumpkin has been left behind, presumably for players who are still not ready to move on from the holiday event. This would also give the chance for players to farm XP for their troops.

Clash Of Clans Update Fixes Drag-And-Drop Issue

In the words of the report, downloading the Clash of Clans update is mandatory. The Halloween patch broke the drag-and-drop feature of the army training window, which is an important part of managing troops and implementing strategies. Installing the latest update should fix this.

However, it would also fix the glitch that allowed players to train troops with fewer resources than the usual. Nevertheless, it is more beneficial to those who are serious at this thing to download and install the update.

Clash Of Clans Update Available Right Now

The patch 8.551.24 should be available to download now on both iOS and Android platforms. It would automatically download to devices with this feature turned on, but for other users, they can open their App Store or Play Store to download it manually.

Clash Of Clans November, December Updates

In other news, Supercell is said to be gearing up for two major Clash of Clans updates. There are rumors that the next update is slated for Nov. 16, which might add another single-player campaign if the wishes of the players have been heard.

As for the Clash of Clans December update, reports say that it will add wall levels, more units and air defenses. Even so, these are simply rumors for now and should be taken with a grain of salt.

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