Supercell released its Clash of Clans May update. Clash of Clans has been played by an array of folks who love the idea of MMO strategy video games. The first folks to see it was iOS users (August 2012) Android users saw a release for it in October 2013. Since that time though, Supercell, the developer of Clash of Clans, has offered up numerous updates and changes.
The problem plaguing fans though?
Developers still have not addressed the issues that plague Town Hall 11, and even though there’s been no repairs to it yet, Supercell has offered up other surprises hoping to appease fans.
Supercell said it would release a May update at the start of the month – it did! In December, Town Hall 11 saw its release, which led to frustration from players that they were kicked off after spending hours of playing and not getting a shield. There were other complaints as well, and they hoped Supercell would listen to them.
This has yet to happen.
Supercell’s May update is an attempt at reconciliation. Developers hope it calms the players down that were affected by the Town Hall 11 changes. Some changes include the decrease in regeneration time for both Archer Queen and Barbarian King. Some of the other changes and improvements seen with the May update include:
- Update to Bowler troop
- Quicker training for Wizard, Balloon and Healer (five minutes), and Valkyrie (10 minutes)
- Drop in training time for P.E.K.K.A., Lava Hound and Golem, from 45 minutes to 15 minutes
- Drop in training time for Wall Breaker – one minute, down from two minutes
- Decrease in training time for Witch – 20 minutes to 10 minutes
- Reduction in Dragon training time – 30 minutes to 15 minutes
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