The infuriating explosive-trap laying Dota 2 hero Techies were hit particularly hard with the game’s most recent patch. So hard that it looks like they’ve almost disappeared from the game.
Heroes of the Storm put out its new patch notes today, and boy is this a big one. In addition to adding the new StarCraft Medic support hero Lt. Morales and completely reworking a number of struggling warriors, they’re finally making some changes to the game’s maps. Most importantly: the ungodly “Infernal Shrines.” …
Last month, Heroes of the Storm finally got around to nerfing the monstrosity known as Kael’thas—a pyromaniac mage from Warcraft. But the nerf was merely a setback. In the new patch that came out last night, Blizzard had to dial down his abilities once again.
The desert soldier Azir has been a powerful presence for much of League of Legends’ current season, with the mage being picked or banned in practically every major tournament game. Now little more than a month away from the World Championship, Riot is finally knocking the guy down a peg.
Heroes of the Storm just went through a whole lot of changes today with its latest patch. Ranked mode has been reset, meaning you now have to play 20 ranked games to receive a new starting rank. Plus a bunch of nerfs, a UI update, oh, and the monk arrived too! Read the full patch notes here.
Thank the benevolent Heroes of the Storm balance team gods. The iconic Warcraft villain Kael’Thas’s reign of terror in Blizzard’s new MOBA is finally coming to an end.
Today Riot revealed a buttload of changes it’s making to defensive items in League of Legends, starting with the upcoming 5.16 patch. That’s far enough off that we can’t say for sure how the tweaks will affect the game, but it looks like a lot of core pieces of armor are getting nerfed. So long tank meta?
You know what people say when admiring the glory of real-world teenagers: "They grow up so fast." The same goes for League of Legends characters. You just have to replace "grow up so fast" with "received a number of small but not insignificant changes over the course of many, many patches." My, how time flies!
Riot put out a new patch for League of Legends this week—an occasion that the game's legions of fans always await with bated breath. Anticipation curdled into disappointment once players realized the developer had made some unwelcome changes that could have a profound impact on one of the competitive multiplayer…
League of Legends has changed so much, and so quickly, over the years that it's easy to lose sense of the game's rich history. Thankfully, there are always plenty of fans online to remind us that there was one a time when, say, Urgot wasn't the butt of quite so many cruel jokes. Poor Urgot.