Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire is an epic game for Android-powered smartphones that offers a fun gameplay experience. Players get to hire powerful Heroes and then equip them with legendary items such as deadly swords in order to make them stronger and win more battles. However, the coolest thing about Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire is the fact that players get to create clever war strategies that they can use in arenas, raids, wars, dungeons and many more other missions.
Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire 1.5.6 Update
This mobile game has a player base of more than 100 million players and therefore, the developers who are in charge of Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire are doing their best to keep the millions of players entertained. The way that the developers are doing this is by constantly releasing software updates that introduce new content which makes the game feel fresh and gives veteran players a reason to come back for more.
The latest update for Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire sports the 1.5.6 version number and it has been released earlier this day. The update is being rolled out via official OTA (over the air) channels and therefore, we are advising all fans of Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire to download the new update as soon as it pops up in their notifications panels.
Now that we presented everything there is to know about the new Castle Clash: Heroes of the Empire update, let’s go ahead and check out the patch notes so that we can see al the new features that the update introduces.
- New game mode: Turf Watch.
- You can now “Quick Hire” troops.
- You can now customize your Heroes’ deployment order.
- New Hero Skins.
- New Skins for 6 Buildings.
- New Destiny levels added.
- New Hero: Svalinn.
- New Talent (and corresponding Insignia and Crests): Vigorous Fury.
- New Enchantment: Holy Conviction.
- Improved Building Skins’ visual effects.
- Increased maximum slots in the Heroes Altar by 1.
- Increased maximum slots in the Warehouse by 10.
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