As you know, the Sneak Peak for the update of Clash of Clans, June 2019 is over, so we are waiting with excitement for the release. The release of the June 2019 update will be rolling soon, but before that, we want to explain the new features that will come with this update. We have new details about the Practice Mode, and it is fully justified.
Clash of Clans June 2019 Update – Practice Mode
What you must know first is that Practice Mode is working as an extended tutorial with 17 levels. You can unlock the levels each time you upgrade your Town Hall. The good news is that you don’t have a timer to complete the attacks. So you can take as much time as you want. Besides this, with every level you upgrade, you will have pre-built Troops and Villages. What it’s so cool with the new update, it’s that you don’t need to bother and train your army. Why is that? Because your military will come to the pro formation, some of them, and in that way, you will also learn some pro tactics.
Also, when you start playing the tutorial for the first time, the game will give you instruction about your troops, where you should use them, and where you should position them. After that, when you will enter the second time in the game, you are free to make your own decisions and strategies. Don’t think that if you play in a Practice Mode, the rewards aren’t real. They are, and you can also keep the loot stolen and attack the village.
Besides this, the loot will be received for the first time when you play the mode, but you can attack as many times as you wish just like in the Single Player maps. Also, keep in mind that while you are making progress and upgrade the Town Hall, many new formations will be added in the Practice Mode. Take note that it’s essential to have space for training your troops.
Finally, after you complete the 17 levels, the reward will be of 5.5 million Gold and 42.000 Dark Elixir. Also, you can share the layouts with the community by copying a link of the plans. With this feature, a snapshot with your village appears, but the changes you will make will not affect the town you are sharing.
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