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Add Lee Sin and Rek’Sai to the list of League of Legends champions to have changes reverted in the PBE

Lee Sin and Rek'Sai changes werereverted in the League of Legends PBE.
Add Lee Sin to the growing list of League of Legends champions who have had changes reverted in the PBE. Photo courtesy of Riot Games.

One day after a slew of League of Legends champions had their changes reverted in the Public Beta Environment, more changes were undone Tuesday in another PBE update. Lee Sin‘s base damage and Rek’sai‘s changes to her Q and ultimate have been both reverted to their original values.

Riot Games’ Andrei “Meddler” van Roon recently wrote that the jungler nerfs will be reverted with the resurgence of tank junglers in the current meta.

Cho’gath changes

Cho’gath’s new E, Vorpal Spikes, is a tad too strong and nerfs are being tested on the PBE. The base damage of the spikes was lowered by 20 at all levels, and enemy health percentage damage was reduced to 3 percent. The slow is still there, though, so it might hurt less, but the targets won’t be going anywhere for a while.

Pentakill Olaf skin tweaks

The Pentakill Olaf skin was touched up, so it now looks a whole lot better.

Cover photo courtesy of Riot Games

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