League Of Legends – Early August Patch Preview
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Changes to Rumble, Urgot, Choâ€™Gath, and the Tribunal, covered in this episode of the Patch Preview.
Welcome, summoners. Iâ€™m Phreak and Iâ€™m here with Morello, Lead Champion Designer.
Together weâ€™ll be discussing some gameplay changes coming into the next update for League of Legends.
While this video does not cover every single change, it will explain the thought process behind some of our decisions.
Rumble seemingly came out of nowhere and was suddenly an overpowered champion.
In this patch, weâ€™ll be lowering the damage amplification from being in the Danger Zone as well as reducing the damage of Flamespitter.
Whatâ€™s the story here, Morello?
We over-buffed Rumble in the Jayce patch, but no one really saw that change because we didnâ€™t do any other balance changes with that patch.
Basically we did a bug-fix that made Flamespitter more reliable so youâ€™d get full damage out of the spell more often.
The damage on Flamespitter was extremely high and was balanced for when it was broken.
Weâ€™re bringing the damage value to something thatâ€™s much more reasonable for the way it behaves now.
We really like the Danger Zone gameplay, but we had to re-evaluate the numbers on it.
Youâ€™ll still feel good for using Danger Zone effectively, but not 30% stronger good.
Last patch we gave Urgot a whole slew of nerfs aimed at his ability ranges and damages.
This patch, weâ€™re reverting the damage change on Acid Hunter, meaning its base damage is going back up and the attack damage ratio is going back down.
Why are we reverting this change?
Our goal when balancing champions to let them shine in their own special niche.
Urgotâ€™s role is really, â€œtanky fighter ranged carry who assassinates other carriesâ€ and we didnâ€™t want to change that about him.
We just went too far with the last nerf on Acid Hunter.
Choâ€™Gath is one of our oldest champions and he needed a tune-up, so weâ€™re making three upgrades:
Weâ€™re quickening his cast times, fixing an issue where Ruptureâ€™s delay before hitting was random, and making his Vorpal Spikes scale in size as Choâ€™Gath himself grows.
What do these changes mean for Choâ€™Gath?
Sometimes we want to give longer cast times for gameplay reasons, like with Karthusâ€™s Requiem, but Choâ€™Gath is not one of those champions.
We found out that his cast times are really long so weâ€™re bringing them down to about a half second.
This is going to make Choâ€™Gath feel a lot better about chaining his abilities together.
For Rupture, it was basically hitting somewhere in between .5 and .75 seconds randomly.
We fixed that bug and now Ruptureâ€™s timing is consistent right in the middle of those two values.
Now Choâ€™Gath players can actually plan for the delay of the ability just like other skill shots in our game.
The Vorpal Spikes change really is more for fun.
They do get bigger and hit more targets as he grows, and not with just Feast but skills like Luluâ€™s ultimate or the Summoner Spell Surge.
This is going to make him a little bit stronger but mostly itâ€™s going to make him feel a lot better.
The Tribunal is about building a more sportsmanlike community.
If you find hostile players in your game, remember to report them after the match.
When a player receives enough reports, the Tribunal builds a case against him/her for community review.
If youâ€™re level 20 or higher, head to the Tribunal to vote on cases and help shape the community for the better.
Weâ€™re experimenting with new ways to reform players more effectively. Weâ€™ll be distributing â€œReform Cardsâ€ to players who receive punishment in the Tribunal.
Players who get punished will get a link in their email that shows them the case that the community reviewed.
This case has full chat logs and stats of the games so they can identify the behaviors they need to improve.
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