Thanks 'Pokemon Go' Ban, 'Clash of Clans' Relieves Glory Again? 'Newbie-Friendly' September Update Allows Better User Orientation

The "Clash of Clans" game has lost many of its players to "Pokemon Go" despite its recognition and regular updates. However, rumors have been circulating that "Pokemon Go" may soon be banned putting "Clash of Clans" back to its pedestal.

The latest update of the "Clash of Clans" revealed Supercell bringing in updates for players below Town Hall Level 11. It should be noted that previous updates of "Clash of Clans" still focused more on Town Hall Level 11 and above. It is expected that the September update will make the game more newbie friendly and will give new players the chance to get acquainted with the game's interface.

Meanwhile, the August update may have been a let down for "Clash of Clans" fans with several glitches seen in the game that stalled the gameplay. Supercell has reportedly fixed these hiccups with the September update.

It is also rumored that Supercell will now allow gamers to get free gems in "Clash of Clans" after the September update. However, players may get penalized in terms of gems, Neurogadget reported.

In other news, Supercell may also include a few major changes in "Clash of Clans" in the attack statistics for cannon levels 11 to 14. However, it has not been confirmed yet.

"Clash of Clans" miners may slow down their travels between buildings giving gamers time to allow their army to rest for strategical purposes, App Trigger reported. Overall, Supercell may be set on a bug fix for the game and improve the graphics of the game to be more realistic.

The "Clash of Clans" September update is expected to be a big one. There is a growing anticipation with the rumors that the update will fix the glitches and the game will be working properly. Supercell is yet to make an announcement. Watch the "Clash of Clans" gameplay featuring all miners vs. Town Hall 11, here:

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