Clash Of Clans Winter Update: Complete List Of Upgrades, Features

Just recently, developer Supercell went on a live stream for its Clash of Clans community. The event was meant to give the players a sneak peek on what the Winter update is all about. The studio shared a couple of key details, explaining what new features and changes are coming. So far, here's what it's all about.

First off, players will have to be careful in terms of placing their new Level 12 walls. That's because there'll only be a total of 50 walls offered at this level. For anyone who loves Dragons, it might be time to review their options. The studio, albeit not changing the troop's speed, didn't make any significant changes. The only thing that's changed is the look of their eyes, which are now more prominent.

In Clash of Clans Winter update, Wizard Towers (at Level 10) will now embrace a lot more hit points when on a defense stance. Moreover, there are various changes done on the game's graphics. One of these is the noticeable tweak the devs did on the troop icons. Also, Giants look more fiercer when in battles.

The update also meant to make Balloons even more useful in the game. Although their DPS didn't change at all, their attack speed has been boosted. As for the Heroes, they can get to Level 45 now. This also mean a new level to the Clan Castle, providing a new slot for Spells and new hit points. And more importantly, attacking it will be much more difficult.

The Clash of Clans Winter update is expected to boost the engagement of the community. Others believe that it's the studio's way of competing with Niantic's Pokemon GO. There are those, on the other hand, who see it as a typical update designed specifically for the Yuletide season. Either that, exciting things are definitely coming to the game.

What are your thoughts on the forthcoming Clash of Clans Winter update? Any expectations you have in mind? Be sure to share us what you're thinking at the comment section below!

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