Finally, the major update you have been waiting for will come live today after the maintenance, which should start soon. In a Twitter update, Clash of Clans posted the following announcement:
“UPDATE DAY is here! Maintenance will start soon – get ready, Chiefs!”
We’ve been eyeing the blog posts on the official website Clashofclans.com, and also found today’s post containing the patch notes of the update. So, before the maintenance begins, let’s check out some of the highlights of this update on the Clan War Leagues.
Clan War Leagues
The new competitive system will be a way to prove you are a skilled player. All you have to do is win the battles one week per month and climb the 18 Leagues. The best part of it is there will also be exclusive rewards, writes the post. Here’s a snippet of the Clan War Leagues and what they bring to the table:
- Season-based League structure where Clans fight 7 other Clans in their League to advance to the next highest League.
- 18 individual Leagues based on you Clan’s performance: we’ve broken down the Clan War Leagues into 18 distinct tiers. Each season, depending on your Clan’s performance, your Clan will move up, down, or remain within the same League.
- 15v15 Wars but you can include up to 50 Clan members and rotate players during each day of the week. Each player can only do one attack per War – make every attack count!
During the Clan War week, you will earn League Medals and Resources. These medals will be used in the new League Shop which contains exclusive items and decorations – and yes, that’s where you purchase the new Hammer Magic Items.
- Depending on your Clan’s performance in a League, Clan Leaders can grant additional bonus League Medals to Clan members at the end of the League.
You will also see a few changes and some more content, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. If you’re interested in more information on the rest of the patch notes on Magic Hammers, a new potion, a new trap and some other quality of life improvements, check out this article that focuses on the patch notes that have just been released by Clash of Clans.
Robert J. Smith is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including JoyStiq and Android Authority. In regards to academics, Robert earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Robert has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.