After a few months or so, the highly anticipated update for Clash of Clans has finally arrived. It was first speculated to be unleashed sometime in September, but only to be released this month. While it's expected to introduce a couple of hefty features, there's something that caught the eyes of the players. The Miners are said to have been nerfed secretly.
According to All Clash, Supercell has made some unknown (or, in a sense, secret) changes to Clash of Clans. This particularly covered the so-called Miners. Hence, as a result, they appear to be weaker compared to their previous version.
Nevertheless, this has long been a topic within the Clash of Clans community. Most, if not all, fans believe that the said characters are quite overpowered. Heck, they even went to a point where they requested the company to nerf it.
The changes done to the aforementioned Clash of Clans character are actually understandable. As revealed by Supercell in the past, they intend to make the game more balanced than it was before. So, in one way or another, the said changes are totally acceptable.
It's worth noting, however, that no stat changes were applied to the Clash of Clans Miners. In fact, as what most critics say, it was merely a bug fix that the developers find it necessary to move forward with. And yes, the changes are quite noticeable in the game.
For instance, miners -- due to the bug -- became a tank in Clash of Clans. It was never meant to do such or even capable of doing. Unfortunately, it was able to do so because of the issue. With the latest update, it's already fix, bringing the character back to its intended appearance and capability.
Whether or not this is an interesting addition to Clash of Clans, there are some who finds it ridiculous. The move was much uncalled for, considering the fact that the studio didn't give out any proper communication. This is most especially that the devs categorize it as a bug fix.
What are your thoughts on the latest Clash of Clans update? What about the nerf Supercell did to the Miners? What's your view on that? Share to us your thoughts at the comment section below!