"Supercell took action and offered a Clash of Clans update patch, fixing the healers' heal rate for the heroes," Neurogadget reported. "Simultaneously, the traps not being triggered was also dealt with, the clans' matchmaking was worked on, Valkyrie health points was decreased and notifications are currently working for various devices."
The latest news about the "Clash of Clans" March update reveals the release of Bowler, a new Dark Elixer trooper, which can be unlocked at the Level 10 Town Hall, which also offers hog riders, Valkyries and goblins. At Level 11 Town Hall, users can now use new levels for mortars and inferno towers.
The "Clash of Clans" update features also bring a lot of changes to the matchmaking, which will focus more on the progress of the village rather than the army.
"Powerful, late-game defenses and troops like Inferno Towers, Eagle Artillery and Grand Warden will have much greater matchmaking impact," the developer site said. "Clan Wars matchmaking will favor matches between Clans with similar recent win/loss records in their recent wars."
According to Touch Arcade, fans can expect a lot of changes in the "Clash of Clans" update, such as the decrease in range in the Grand Warden life aura and Eternal Tome, while the skeleton hit points will be drastically cut.
"X-Bow levels 2-4 will see a damage increase, defending troops (but not Heroes) will flee from Poison spells if not engaged in combat, all Dark Spells and Elixir Spells will see a decrease in their brewing time from Town Hall 5 and above, and Battle time limit will be reduced to 3 minutes per attack once again," it said.