Clash of Clans is expected to receive a major update this month. But before Supercell gets into the whole gist of things, the studio decided to share their so-called design values to the community. Unfortunately, it didn't please the game's fan base, and here's why.
As previously reported here at iTech Post, the upcoming Clash of Clans update is slated to arrive anytime this month, particularly on the third week. It's basically set to provide a major overhaul to the game, introducing a couple of new, hefty features.
Just recently, the developers behind Clash of Clans shared a detailed yet brief announcement via the game's official blog post. In its most organic form, it presents the team's very core design values. The goal is to primarily help the community "better understand" how they, as a group, think and see the game from their perspective.
Sadly for the Clash of Clans developers, the next statements they gave out didn't sit well to most fans. As per post, Supercell admits that "not everyone will feel the same way about changes," as well as what insights they may agree upon. Thus in order to bridge the gap, the company believes that sharing their "development philosophy" is key. That, in one way or another, it'll help the gamers have a concrete knowledge about the studio's decision making process.
Sure, the announcement did on the Clash of Clans site is meant for a good reason; however, as for the community, it was simply an excuse. Simply put, Supercell is suggesting that all the features that the fans have been clamoring for since time immemorial wouldn't be part of the upcoming update this month, as reported by Mobile & Apps.
From whatever perspective one will look at it, it's safe to say that the Clash of Clans developers only wanted to reach out and communicate with the players. But it seems the fan base had had enough of these shenanigans, that they would rather see evident improvements than mere explanations.
What do you think about the forthcoming Clash of Clans September update? How about Supercell's design values? Do you also believe that it's simply nothing but an excuse? Let us know at the comment section below!