Clash of Clans Anniversary Content 2021 - 9th Clashiversary Is Now Live
Clash of Clans celebrates its 9th Clashiversary with a lot of new exciting additions, including new skins, challenges, and deals.
If you have logged into your Clash of Clans account today, then you have probably noticed some weird changes in your clan. Don’t worry, you’re not hacked, it’s just a new celebration in the game.
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Today marks the 9th anniversary of Clash of Clans that was originally released back in 2021 by Supercell. When you look back at all these years, you realize that the game has gone through some crazy moments.
What an incredible journey for players who have been through this together with Supercell during all these 9 years.
Now, it’s time to celebrate the anniversary with some music, new skins, and challenges, of course.
New Loading Screen and Clashiversary Scenery
The game now hosts a new loading screen that shows the Barbarian King and Archer Queen in new party outfits, which are also available in the game.
Once the game is loaded, you will spot a new Clash Scenery in your clan, featuring a lot of music and party stuff all around the village. This is your new party house and part of the 9th Clashiversary update. Enjoy the tone and have a party!
New Daily Deals
As of today, some special daily deals will be available for a limited time in the game. If you have been planning for spending some cash on your clan, this should be the best time to do it.
New Party Queen and Beat King Skins
As revealed both in the reveal trailer and loading screen, The Barbarian King and Archer Queen both now wear new party skins, which make them The Beat King and The Party Queen.
9th Clashiversary Challenge
A challenge with some incredible rewards would be the best celebration method for hardcore Clash of Clans players. Take your time and try to three-star the new challenge the get the most out of it.
Clash of Clans is now available for free on Android and iOS devices.