Clash of Clans
"Clash of Clans" will let players challenge clanmates to friendly, no-cost fights. Supercell

As per latest reports, “Clash of Clans” is going to get real interesting as game maker Supercell has teased an interesting December update. In a bid to keep up with “Pokemon GO” game’s success, Supercell has been releasing updates regularly to keep fans entertained with new features and improved gameplay.

The “Clash of Clans” upcoming update may bring with it VR features. Supercell had revealed a VR trailer about a month ago that showed the game from the perspective of a Hog Rider. Another 360 degree trailer has been released providing players the experience of raiding.

As per NEUROGADGET, the upcoming “Clash of Clans” update will bring new features, especially to sea units. New sea characters could be revealed including sea monsters, mermaids and even pirates. Players will also be able to repair damaged ships and win 50,000 Gold Rewards. Balance changes may also be included in the “Clash of Clans” December update.

Even though many are expecting VR features to be introduced with the “Clash of Clans” December update, the VR content may be made available only in the first quarter of 2017. Supercell is now thinking how to incorporate VR features in the game without changing the gameplay altogether. This could take time.

Meanwhile, certain rumours have pointed at a “Clash of Clans” sequel that Supercell is developing. Even though Supercell has not said anything on either the December update or the sequel, the possibility remains. The sequel could very well be part of Supercell’s long-term plan. It is too early to say whether the game will be called “Clash of Clans 2.”

Many fans believe that VR features will come to the sequel and not to the existing game. If really a “Clash of Clans” sequel is being developed, it will surely come with more characters and in-game features.

This is still at a rumour stage. Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on “Clash of Clans” December update and “Clash of Clans” sequel news.