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Riot claims that League of Legends’ durability improvement “has landed relatively well,” but it still intends to tweak Grievous Wounds in subsequent updates

The League of Legends durability update, one of the biggest patches in recent memory, was rolled out to the live servers by Riot Games a few weeks ago. All roles in the game have seen numerous performance changes.

However, after allowing some time for the patch to take effect, the developers said League of Legends fans seemed to like how things have turned out. Speaking of the games being a bit longer, there are more opportunities for both teams to engage in real late-game teamfights, making late-game strategy and decision-making more important, which was lacking in shorter games. Phroxzon stated that he and his team are quite happy to make these concepts more relevant in League of Legends. According to Riot, the combined damage output of systems like runes, gear, and summoner spells was excessive but balanced compared to other systems. Increasing the durability of all champions was the ideal solution to maintaining this balance while also addressing damage issues, as it allowed the team to make targeted adjustments to specific systems rather than general changes for everyone.

Phroxzon explained, “Due to numerous durability improvements across all champions in the game, many players have appreciated the slower, more strategic gameplay that has emerged over the past few updates. Rather than being able to kill an enemy outright while Assassins and Burst champions still lack certain skill shots on the road, for example, they need to land all abilities and be in a strong state to safely hit a target with one shot be able. However, not everything is perfect.

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https://gamebastion.com/n/riot-claims-that-league-of-legends/171676 Riot claims that League of Legends’ durability improvement “has landed relatively well,” but it still intends to tweak Grievous Wounds in subsequent updates

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