After the supposed release date about the December update for Clash of Clans made rounds in the web recently, new exciting details have started to surface. According to a latest report, Supercell has been working in the pipeline a new game mode and several other game balancing tweaks for Clash of Clans.
"Clash Of Clans" New Game Mode
It hasn't been a secret to fans that Supercell is already brewing the December update for quite some time now. In fact, the update was teased to arrive approximately Dec. 19-23. The latest development hint the details of what's coming up for the game. According to a recent announcement from AllClash, Supercell "plans to bring...some new exciting content soon." No other spoilers regarding this matter have been outlined though.
"Clash Of Clans" Town Hall 10, 11 Balancing
The developer had also shed light about the game's balancing it being a continuous effort. Supercell disclosed that it is hoping to "bring another round of balancing changes with the December update" through Town Hall 10 and 11. It has been a popular demand that Town Hall 11 be "starrable" by Town Hall 10. Supercell admitted however that this is difficult with the regular multiplayer mode "as the Leaderboards would lose its value if we make TH11 defenses too easy to star."
"Clans Of Clans" Clan Wars Matchmaking Balancing
Clan Wars matchmaking is another topic subject to balancing as it has been since the last few updates. Stat changes could soon transpire either by new troops, new levels or new troops. Supercell underscored that it will keep tabs on things "and to roll out small/bigger adjustments to war matchmaking with every update."
Supercell Focuses On Coming Updates
Last Dec. 10, Supercell released its official statement in response to the dangling questions pertinent to the game's December update. It said: "Between the December update and other projects going on, we haven't had the time to share these yet. For this same reason we will put these on hold until mid/late January so we can focus on the coming updates, and we hope to be in a better spot then to answer your questions in a timely manner."