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‘Clash Of Clans’ December Update: Shipyard, Barbarian King, Red Archer Queen & Sea Monsters To Boost Air & Sea Defenses, Says Report

#COC #Supercell ‘Clash Of Clans’ December Update: Shipyard, Barbarian King, Red Archer Queen & Sea Monsters To Boost Air & Sea Defenses, Says Report : After Supercell released the last update on its “Clash of Clans” in October, fans are clamoring for more. The October update enables gamers to enjoy the experience at a higher level as changes were made on the game play at the Town Hall 11, on its Clan Wars XP, on the game loots and on units which were previously underperforming.

Although the several improvements were already released, “Clash of Clans” enthusiasts are looking forward to December updates. Speculations say the subsequent updates may involve the sea units as well as the air defense and they shall be made available on November 16. Claims were also made that among the improvements will be an introduction of Goblin versus Wizards duel into the game.

And while the current Town Hall 11 already features level 6 for its Dragon, level 5 for its X-Bow and 25 new Wall pieces, reports suggest additional defenses will be on their way. In a report from Movie News Guide, mermaids and other sea monsters could be part of the December updates.

Mobipicker reported the update in December would include the statue of Barbarian King, which is priced at 500 gems. Another update is “The Red Barbarian King,” which is coupled with the “Clash of Clans’” “Red Archer Queen.” These two are reportedly part of gem packages.

On its Town Hall IV, a shipyard will be unlocked and which will cost gamers around 50,000 gold. Air defenses, which, even with the presence of dragon and baby dragon, remain weak. However, Mobipicker suggested they would be sufficient if the air attacks are given more balance to make them more efficient at TH9+.

The “Clash of Clans” has been made available on games four years ago, launching its iOS platforms in August 2012 and on Android 14 months later. It has gained popularity across the globe, making it among the top-grossing application in 2015 both on Google Play and App Store. Source: Newseveryday

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