League of Legends: Clash of Fates Summary
Afterit earlier in the week, has lifted the lid on the next champion to be added to its ever-popular MOBA League of Legends.
Comprised of two opposing spirits, the diminutive Kindred is a ranged hero who can tag enemies for death, and grows stronger as its marked targets are taken out.
has posted s strange teaser on its League of Legends page, that points towards a new Hero character for the popular MOBA.
"They are coming. Listen to their tale,", accompanied by a short video clip two figures discussing a mysterious "pale man". Here's a transcription of the audio:
Riot Games is adding a whole bunch of robotic skins to League of Legends as part of a new update called. You can check some of them out in this new trailer.
I was going to comment on it being strange that Riot's decided to pump a load of sci-fi content into its fantasy MOBA, but then I remember that they've already done things. Really, this is quite restrained.
is widely regarded as one of the strongest League of Legends champions out there, why may be why developer Riot has decided to tone him down a bit in the latest patch.
tweaked his special 'Q' attack, 'Conquering Sands', which lets him summon his sand minions to him and do damage to any players who get in their way – now, enemies will no longer take damage from every minion. Just the first one.
for League of Legends will make some big changes to heroes Garen, Darius, Skarner and Mordekaiser - for one, is now calling them 'Juggernauts', and each one has been given a few new boosts to make them more viable to play.
For example, Darius has been given a new 'Bloodrage' skill, which buffs his damage after killing five enemies and stacks bleed damage on his foes.