After some waiting, the expected October update for Clash of Clans finally arrived. As Supercell promised from the first day, things have become quite interesting in their game after the update introduced some new features. However, another question hanging in the air was about the many bugs and glitches the game suffered. The update’s annoucement took place on Twitter and it was promised that the game would offer additions and solutions. This would make Clash of Clans much more stable than it was. However, it seems that this wasn’t the case. Even after the update was released, there were quite a few issues with how the game worked.
According to the reports of many different players, they have experimented several issues with Clash of Clans in spite of the update. In fact, those problems happened after the update became live. Therefore, the problem seemed to be in the special packages from the game itself, an element that came along with the new update.
Most of the bugs have been solved by now
Luckily, the team working behind Clash of Clans has been quite fast in their response. They have solved most of the issues, apparently. They have also helped to tone down the consequences of these problems just one day after the update was released. Soon after, Supercell reported through social networks that the game didn’t have any major glitches now. So it is completely playable.
One of the most important additions that came with the update were the Friendly Wars. Supercell had already announced them previously, before releasing the update. These are wars and challenges that last very little. Only 10 players can join, with each member in each team. As we already know, Supercell wants to improve this new addition, along with the Clash Friends. As they explained, those two features were added because the community asked for them.
In any case, it’s good to know that most issues with the update are solved by now and the games seems to work properly.