Clash Of Clans Update: VR Details Surfaced, List Of New Troops Revealed

Clash of Clans, despite the arrival of hit games like Pokemon GO, is still among the most celebrated mobile titles of today. Next month, it's expected to receive a couple of new updates from developer Supercell. And guess what? One of the talked about features is the VR (Virtual Reality) capability.

As previously reported here at iTech Post, fans are speculating that the studio will soon introduce the aforementioned feature to the game. This was after a video uploaded by the company on YouTube, showcasing what appears to be a 360 degrees video. The footage introduces a point of view from the eyes of a Hog Rider.

The only catch, though, is that Supercell has yet to make it official. Hence there's also that possibility of the feature not really arriving to Clash of Clans. Besides, it would be a difficult thing to have, considering that the game is played using a smartphone.

As for the December update, it's already confirmed to arrive. Many suggest that it'll include a truckload of enhancements and fixes. But among these, one that caught the attention of players is the arrival of Red Barbarian King, a hero rumored to be included to the roster soon.

The aforesaid Clash of Clans character can be acquired from the Barbarian King Statue. Aside from it, a supposed Red Barbarian Archer Queen is also included. The game's aerial defense is expected to be improved, too.

There are no certain date as to when the next update will arrive, though it's said to be unleashed in December. And like its release date, the VR feature as well as new characters should also be taken as a grain of salt. Nonetheless, it's safe to say that these are great additions. These will definitely bring a new thing to the game.

What are your thoughts on Clash of Clans December update? What's your take on it having a VR feature? Do you think it'll be a great system to have? Share to us what you're thinking at the comment section below!

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