Nov 13, 2016 07:41 PM EST

'Clash of Clans' Latest News & Update: December Updates To Come On November 16, Will Feature New Ships, New Defenses & More

In "Clash of Clans" latest news and updates, the December updates are rumored to start rolling out as early as November 16. Updates will include new heroes, new ships, new defenses and more.

According to GameNGuide, rumors have said that Supercell is planning to roll out the first part of the December update on November 16. And with the company struggling a bit because of Pokemon Go, Supercell is working hard to come up with new stuff to keep players interested.

One of the most talked about latest update in "Clash of Clans" is the Red Barbarian King, together with sea-themed characters like mermaids, pirates, submarines and new ships. The Red Barbaria King is also going to be released together with the Red Archer Queen and players can get them when they purchase the "Clash of Clans" gem package.

 Information also showed that new defenses for Town Hall 11 also await players. A shipyard could also be acquired once players reach Town Hall 4.

University Herald reports that leaked photos of the updates have made their way Reddit. And one of the leaked photos features a new look for units such as Golems, Hog Riders, and Wall Breakers.

The latest updates of "Clash of Clans" also feature new levels of aerial defenses, such as Air Defense Level 9 and Air Sweeper Level 7. But the most appealing leaked photos for the fans of are photos of new ships.

This could indicate that "Clash of Clans" latest update could include sea defenses and sea invasions as well. Sea monsters are also speculated to make an appearance, which can be recruited to increase the defense of the base.

With the threat of Pokemon Go to "Clash of Clans," Supercell is working hard to provide new updates and features for the game. Experts also say that the company will probably be rolling out updates on a regular basis. 

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