League of Legends player networks is undergoing significant modifications, according to Riot, who responded to a pretty long Reddit thread about them.
The video game League of Legends is huge. It’s simple to ignore some of the older, less exciting aspects in a game over ten years old and continually updated with new champions, gear, and skins. Although Riot has been working hard to retain many of these old systems, a significant percentage has been set aside as the game continues to function.
This has been noticed by several gamers, who have questioned what plans Riot has for the existing systems that haven’t yet been discontinued. One player, in particular, expressed their displeasure on Reddit, discussing each system’s drawbacks. Other systems the gamer mentions as current pain points include Clash, Missions, Eternals & Champion Mastery, Profile Personalization, and the Honor System.
Riot has Hinted at Updating League of Legends’ More Dated Systems
Fortunately, a developer for League of Legends (LoL) noticed this and was ready to reply to the player, providing information on the future of the player systems. Before describing some of the specific problems in more detail, Rioter Pupulasers tried to appreciate the player for their extensive and comprehensive post.
Pupulasers acknowledged that there are many possible methods for League to serve players better and that Riot has assigned exploring methods to satisfy player desires a high priority.
They continued by saying that while they couldn’t yet disclose complete information, Riot had already started working on several of the categories the player had listed. These possible improvements included the Challenge system, Eternals, and Champion Masters.
According to Pupulasers, Challenges would be changed to “provide more event-driven and concentrated objectives for players to achieve.” Riot claims that Eternals’ true capacity has not yet been realized. Pupulasers indicated that any investment in the Eternals system would not be “mainly motivated by income, but concentrating on exploiting the technology to give players great, Champ-specific goals to seek and achieve.”
Finally, Riot wants to change the champion mastery system because it isn’t clear how to differentiate between players with 30–40k and 1 million mastery points. Riot is presently exploring ways to expand Champion Mastery, possibly expanding it to include roles and classes.
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