Clash Of Clans Patch 8.551.24 Fixes Drag & Drop Issues, Broken Features, Fewer Training Resources; Clash of Clans 2 Finally Hinted?

Clash of Clans recently rolled out with an update that may have excluded several items from the Halloween update. Furthermore, Clash of Clans players have reportedly noted difficulties in implementing strategies while attacking and managing the troops. However, the drag-and-drop issues on the Clash of Clans on the broken features in the army training window have reportedly been fixed.

Update 8.551.24 reportedly fixed the aforementioned bugs on Clash of Clans. On the other hand, the Clash of Clans update is yet to be seen. The upcoming update is slated for a December 2016 update. On the contrary, rumors have been circulating that a January 2017 update was more likely.

In addition, the delay of the update was also speculated to be caused by the Clash of Clans sequel. Rumor has it that the second installment in the franchise may come out soon. It has been noted that four years have already passed since the sequel was announced.

Apparently, the Clash of Clans sequel is slated to include several new things to the game. It is said that Clash of Clans will sport new battles, characters and VR support as well. Interestingly, the King's Tower may also be featured in red to support the World AIDS Day.

In other news, the December update for Clash of Clans is rumored to go live after the Product RED Event. Hence, the update may be expected on Dec. 6, 2016. The patch is also said to include a new Shipwreck feature as well as VR support.

Clash of Clans Shipwreck feature is said to be a repairable water-based base. Note that players may be offered 50,000 gold for each ship starting at Town Hall 4. In addition, a plethora of sea-themed creatures including pirates, submarines, mermaids and underwater missiles have also been confirmed for the Clash of Clans December update. Watch the update leaks here:

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