The next League of Legends champion will be a burst mage with unique abilities, Riot Games announced Tuesday in its latest “Champion Roadmap.”
Recent updates to the League of Legends Public Beta Environment have focused on tweaking basic statistics of champions to coincide the upcoming rune system update, and the trend continued Wednesday.
After the recent reworks to Xin Zhao and Evelynn, Riot Games will put less time into gameplay updates going forward, according to a dev corner post Friday by Andrei “Meddler” van Roon.
With Evelynn’s rework revealed Tuesday, Swain is the next League of Legends champion in line for a large scale visual and gameplay update, followed by a gameplay update for Aatrox.
Updates to Janna, Azir, and Xin Zhao will go live Wednesday in League of Legends Patch 7.19 and are almost identical to changes already reflected in the game’s Public beta Environment.
The Wednesday update to League of Legends’ Public Beta Environment, which includes extensive changes to Janna, also includes a nerf to Azir’s update that entered testing one day earlier.
Following a brief statement from Riot Games about ways to counter shields in League of Legends, a dev corner post Friday by Andrei “Meddler” van Roon provided more details about the project.
Fiora’s ultimate underwent another change in an update Tuesday to League of Legends’ Public Beta Environment, giving her a mobility boost that was previously patched out.
Following the buff from last week, the latest update to League of Legends’ Public Beta Environment on Thursday scaled Aatrox’s ultimate down a bit, while still keeping it as a buff compared to the live values. His ultimate, Massacre, increases Aatrox’s auto attack range to 225, scaled down from 250 from the buff last week. […]
In latest League of Legends PBE update, Nautilus’ hook refunds half of the mana cost when used on a piece of terrain
Nautilus’ hook and Fiora’s ultimate received changes in Thursday’s update to League of Legends Public Beta Environment, among other balance tweaks.