Patch 7.1 Notes

in League of Legends by

Greetings, Summoners,

Welcome to 7.1, the one where we play a little bit of catch-up. With the long break behind us and a month’s worth of data to sift through, we’re hard at work building out a multi-patch plan of action to tackle some of League’s largest offenders.

With ‘multi-patch’ being the operative word, let’s focus on what’s happening in this one. With so many high-powered threats running amok in the wake of pre-season’s yearly shake-up, 7.1’s a little more nerf-heavy than your average balance patch. These range from some of our more-recent outliers (Camille and the newfound strength of the jungle) to some older faces perhaps-wielding-a-mythical-hammer-you-know-who-you-are. Once these broader fires are put out with this first salvo, we’ll get more focused.

It’s not all doom and gloom, however! Though marksmen (and botlaners of all stripes) are feeling a lack of the ‘oomph’ they’ve been accustomed to, we come bearing gifts for those lowest on the sharp-shooting totem pole. We’ll continue to evaluate the class’s agency in the grand scheme of things in the patches to come, but making Lucian not an active detriment to your team’s success is probably a good start.

Toss in some tinkering for the League Client Update and some sweet Warring Kingdom skins and that about does it for us. Stay tuned for future updates (and future firefighting) as we continue to rein it all in, and we’ll see you on the Rift, lobbing hexplosives in your bottom lanes.

GL, HF

Champions

Anivia

R flashes when it finishes expanding. Fixed a bug with R’s expansion time.

Anivia’s changes in 6.23 greatly increased the importance of Glacial Storm’s expansion mechanic. We’re adding a visual cue to signal when the storm’s fully formed.

R – Glacial Storm

NEWCLARITY Glacial Storm visually flashes when it becomes fully formed
BUGFIXGlacial Storm now always takes 1.5 seconds to expand, rather than randomly between 1.5 and 1.75 seconds

Camille

Health per level down. Passive shield duration down. R stun duration decreased.

Let’s face it – Camille is pretty darn strong. As a diver, she needs the mobility to isolate a priority target and the dueling potential to kill them when she does. We think she’s hitting that mark pretty well. However, every champion needs room to fail, and for divers, that means being killable when they dive the backline, and lower on teamfight utility when they play it safer.

Camille needs to give opposing teams a chance to cut her legs out from under her before she cuts them up. With her legs. At the moment, she’s too durable for that to be a reliable response, so we’re dialing that back a bit. Camille’s teamfight utility is providing her too safe of a fallback, meaning she doesn’t need to do that much diving for a diver. With a little less utility, we hope to require Camille to play a bit more aggressively, opening her up to focused fire (which should be easier against the new, less tanky Camille).

Base Stats

HEALTH GROWTH STAT95  85

Passive – Adaptive Defenses

SHIELD DURATION 1.5/2.0/2.5 seconds  1.5 seconds

E – Hookshot

NOT A NINJA Slightly increased radius where Camille will reveal herself if Hookshotting near enemies while she is in FoW

R – The Hextech Ultimatum

KNOCKAWAY SPEED 600  1000
GET UP Knockaway stun now only lasts until the target lands, rather than a 1-second fixed duration

Draven

Q now has base damage and scales off bonus, not total, attack damage. W mana cost down at higher ranks.

Draven is the cocky showoff for the marksman who wants to beat his opponent into the ground and keep them there through the midgame. Ever since Youmuu’s Ghostblade’s changes, Draven has been struggling to stay ahead when he’s off to a good start. We want to restore that go-hard feeling, so we’re giving Draven some extra power where (when?) his victims will feel it most.

Q – Spinning Axe

NEWBASE DAMAGE 30/35/40/45/50
RATIO 45/55/65/75/85% total attack damage  65/75/85/95/105% bonus attack damage

W – Blood Rush

COST 40 mana at all ranks  40/35/30/25/20 mana

Kalista

Rend keeps stacking while it’s on cooldown and only requires one unit kill for its mana refund.

Kalista’s a difficult champion to learn – on top of her mechanical requirements (ever hopped into the enemy team by mistake?), her abilities sit on the higher end of the complexity spectrum. The changes here are buffs for any Kalista player, since she’s had a rough pre-season, but are especially meant to ease her learning process by making Rend more straightforward.

E – Rend

STACKS ON STACKS Basic attacks and Q – Pierce add a spear to enemieswhile Rend is off cooldown  at all times
MANA REFUND 2 units killed  1 unit killed (matching the cooldown refund requirement)
BUGFIXFixed an issue where Rend’s cooldown sometimes didn’t reset when Rend killed a unit

Karma

Mantra’d W damage only ticks twice. Mantra’d E shield lowered.

For almost a year, Karma’s enjoyed a slow build-up into becoming the go-to generalist support among League’s top players. This stems from a change made all the way back in 6.6, where we aimed to give her scaling a little more ‘oomph’ so Karma could feel appropriately rewarded for a strong performance. We’re happy with her scaling, but amping up Karma’s base shield in the very same patch led to a massive performance bump that few of her peers could step to. In light of her dominant laning strengths, we’re reverting Karma’s base shield to its previous effectiveness while keeping her growth throughout the game intact.

Quickly addressing the change to Focused Resolve, Karma’s tether actually ticked for damage more often than similar spells. This meant that your natural counterplay (running away) was less effective than it should have been, since Karma would usually get most of the damage before breaking anyways. It’s important to note that while the overall damage of Focused Resolve is staying the same, losing one tick does interfere with her passive’s interaction with Mantra’s cooldown. We still think it’s an appropriate power-down for the Enlightened One paired with the hit to her shield, but we’ll be watching to make sure she doesn’t drop too far as a result.

W – Focused Resolve

DAMAGE TICKS Three at 0, 1, and 2 seconds  Two at 0 and 2 seconds (total damage unchanged)
CONSISTENCY Also applies to Mantra W – Renewal

Mantra E – Defiance

BONUS SHIELD 30/100/170/240  30/90/150/210

Kennen

Kennen’s ultimate damage now weighted towards the end, not the beginning.

Kennen excels at destroying a whole team with area of effect damage when they have no way to escape, and that’s a cool niche for him to fill. Right now, he’s pumping out most of his damage before anybody has even had time to run the other way. We’re weighting his ultimate damage toward its later ticks so that Kennen shines when he manages to keep opponents in the storm even after the stun wears off.

R – Slicing Maelstrom

DAMAGE PER BOLT 80/145/210 (+0.4 ability power)  40/75/110 (+0.2 ability power)
SUCCESSIVE STRIKE MODIFIER 100/75/50/50/50/50% damage on strikes 1-6 (per target)  100/110/120/130/140/150% damage on strikes 1-6 (per target)
TOTAL DAMAGE 300/543.75/787.5 (+1.5 ability power) 300/562.5/825 (+1.5 ability power)

Lee Sin

Modernization on E and toning down damage on R.

It doesn’t take an experienced analyst to understand that junglers are a little out of line in 7.1. While we’re seeking to address their strength and gank uptime (more on that below), Lee Sin has unsurprisingly found himself at the top of list when it comes to effectiveness. Lee’s R-Q-Q combo is a death sentence to all but the most durable of champions, and while it’s been around for a while, the Blind Monk wasn’t enough of a problem for us to take action. Now that he’s back on top, we’re taking the opportunity to reduce the strength of the interaction – maintaining Dragon’s Rage as a powerful displacement tool, but cutting its raw effectiveness as a pure finisher.

E – Tempest

THE BLIND MONK No longer reveals invisible targets.
ONLY YOU Now only reveals targets damaged by Tempest (no longer reveals nearby allies of damaged targets)

R – Dragon’s Rage

DAMAGE 200/400/600  150/300/450

Lucian

Passive damage up at early levels. Q damage scaling increased.

Like Draven, Lucian has historically had a strong mid-game, out-dueling and out-skirmishing more traditional marksman. However, the Fervor changes and the armor penetration rework have left him feeling pretty underwhelming. We’re raising Lucian’s power earlier in the game so he can hit his mid-game stride (and actually do something with it).

Passive – Lightslinger

DAMAGE 30/40/50/60% total attack damage (at levels 1/6/11/16) 40/50/60% total attack damage (at levels 1/7/13)

Q – Piercing Light

BASE DAMAGE 80/110/140/170/200  80/115/150/185/220

Poppy

Passive shield duration down. Snapcast ultimate damage halved.

Tanks should excel when locking up multiple targets in a teamfights, not when smashing laners 1-on-1. Poppy has been doing both recently, and that’s not cool. Fighters sacrifice teamfight utility for dueling power, and thus need to be able to slowly win trades against tanks and eventually go for the kill. Poppy tends to win trades against even strong duelists, as she consistently has a shield available, between her passive and Courage of the Colossus. On the other hard, her snapcast ultimate brings enough base damage to create kill pressure of her own, and make it dangerous to go all in. We’re hitting her power in both places to give more champions an opportunity to fight her.

Passive – Iron Ambassador

SHIELD DURATION 5 seconds  3 seconds

R – Keeper’s Verdict

SNAPCAST DAMAGE 200/300/400 (+0.9 bonus attack damage) 100/150/200 (+0.45 bonus attack damage)

Ryze

Less shield and movement speed on Q

One of the goals of Ryze’s 2016 update was to diversify his strengths beyond raw offensive threat. Adding defense- and utility-oriented tuning levers meant we’d have the means to balance around his damage, not just the damage itself. That brings us to today. Ryze has retained his historic late-game potential, but he’s not struggling nearly enough to get there. Overload’s shield and speed boost are too effective a safety net, especially early on while Ryze is still scaling up. Making him more vulnerable to unfavorable matchups gives opponents a window to hinder his progression toward late-game carry status, but if Ryze can navigate the added risk, his payoff is the same as it’s always been.

Q – Overload

OLD SHIELD 60~200 at levels 1-18 (50 + 10 per level from levels 1-12, + 5 per level from levels 13-18)
NEW SHIELD 65~150 at levels 1-18 (60 + 5 per level)
BONUS MOVEMENT SPEED 25/30/35/40/45/50% 25/28/31/34/37/40%

Shyvana

W no longer deals extra damage to monsters.

We’re happy to say Shyvana’s recent ability update has improved the gameplay issues we were targeting, though she’s been somewhat overbearing since then. To bring her back in line, we’re targeting less-interesting strengths that accumulated on her kit over time. In this case, that’s the jungling crutch we added to Burnout a few seasons back.

W – Burnout

REMOVEDFOREST FIRESBurnout no longer deals 20% bonus damage to monsters

Syndra

W damage and ratio down. Passive W bonus changed. R cooldown up at early ranks.

As a burst mage, Syndra should always be able to threaten high-priority targets with lethal damage at the requirement of some optimization and set-up to realize her murderous desires. If you’ve played League of Legends recently, you can probably see that’s not exactly the case these days. This is large part due to the changes that came with Syndra’s mage update last year – namely, the consistency at which she’s able to be effective, not the effectiveness itself.

The largest bump to Syndra’s consistency lies in Force of Will’s ability to grab (and refresh) multiple Dark Spheres. Where Syndra players previously had to carefully time and optimize their spellcasts to get the maximum damage from Unleashed Power, they’re instead getting 7-sphere ults without much effort. Rather than cut the ceiling of Syndra’s damage (what’s a burst mage without burst?), we’re killing Force of Will’s multi-sphere action to restore the skill requirement for huge damage ults. She’ll still be able to hurl massive damage onto a single target when she gets rolling, but Syndra going off is once again a thing teams can stop rather than a foregone conclusion.

W – Force of Will

TRANSCENDENT BONUS Grabs up to 3 spheres  Deals 20% bonus true damage
DAMAGE 80/120/160/200/240  70/110/150/190/230
RATIO 0.8 ability power  0.7 ability power

R – Unleashed Power

COOLDOWN 100/90/80 seconds  120/100/80 seconds

Talon

Q sustain up. Mana regeneration per level up.

Now that Talon’s update has given opponents the opportunity to fight back against his kill pattern, it’s safe for us to give Talon better fallback opportunities to recover from an unfavorable matchup. We’re giving League’s free-runner more room to interact safely with minions in situations where he’s relegated to farming under turret.

Base Stats

MANA REGENERATION GROWTH STAT.5  .75

Passive – Blade’s End

FLASHIER MOVES Slightly bumped up brightness of passive particles

Q – Noxian Diplomacy

HEAL ON KILL 15 + 2/lvl  17 + 3/lvl

Elementalist Lux VFX

We’ve heard feedback around the clarity of Elementalist Lux’s visuals, and have a few changes to address those concerns.

  • E – Lucent Singularity’s missile has been adjusted to better distinguish it from Elementalist Lux’s other effects. It’s now primarily swirling ribbons of light.
  • Adjusted W – Prismatic Barrier’s shield visuals on several forms to maintain similar levels of brightness and noise
  • Warning indicator on R – Final Spark adjusted to be immediately visible on-cast, rather than brightening over the duration

Items

Zz’rot Portal

Portal cooldown and duration reduced. Voidspawn health scaling down and decay rate up. Voidspawn structure damage up.

Zz’Rot Portal should be the go-to defensive item for tanks who want to opt into a pushing strategy. However, we also want ZZ’Rot to be an engaging item that informs a tank’s playstyle, not something they fire and forget. The high travel range of Voidspawn gives Zz’Rot too much pressure even when its owner isn’t around to curate or replace it. We’re sharpening Zz’Rot’s power as the go-to tower-sieging item for aggressive pushers, while toning down its ability to control a lane from afar.

VOID GATE DURATION 150 seconds  120 seconds
COOLDOWN 150 seconds  120 seconds
VOID SPAWN STRUCTURE DAMAGE 5 per level (max 90)  20 per level (max 360)
REMOVED VOID SPAWN HEALTH SCALING Voidspawn no longer gain 50 health per level
VOIDSPAWN HEALTH DECAY 10% current health every 0.25 seconds  20% current health every 0.25 seconds
CREEPY, NOT CREEPS Killing a voidspawn no longer increases your creep score

Summoner’s Rift

Living Jungle

New mechanics come with some growing pains, so we’re still clearing up a few odd interactions with plants. Right now we see some room to add clarity and consistency by introducing a few quality of life changes that make the effects of plants easier to predict and read.


General

FLOWING IN THE BREEZEOnce scouted, plants continue emitting idle VFX through fog of war
VEGETARIANAttacking plants no longer puts Kha’Zix in combat, preventing Evolved R – Void Assault‘s out-of-combat invisibility from activating upon entering brush

Scryer’s Bloom

WHO PINGED THAT?Auto-pings on revealed champions have been toned down to be distinguishable from player-issued pings
NEWWARD PINGRevealed wards now trigger a small auto-ping

Honeyfruit

FRUIT NEEDS PICKINGPickup radius of fruits slightly reduced

Blast Cone

HELPINGMalzahar and Rengar can now be affected by allied Blast Cone triggers during their spell immunity effects

Jungle Experience

First clear experience reduced. Some overall clear experience funneled into Raptors.

With camps spawning less frequently but granting higher rewards, pre-season buffed early jungling four-fold. Junglers leave clears with more health, experience, and gold – and a longer stretch of time to flex those advantages before camps respawn. We made these changes to reduce the tradeoffs of ganking, with the flip side being a reduction in late clear payouts. Junglers have to make an impact on the game with their early power, else that power dissipates over time. That said, many junglers end up so far ahead of laners for so long that they’re dictating the early game.

In order to curb this dominance, we reduced Smite’s sustain partway through 6.24 and are following up by reducing first-clear experience. First buff + two small camps will still net junglers level 3, but it’ll take six camps to hit level 4, rather than five. With sustain and experience toned down, jungler gold pools may naturally fall in line as well. We’ll continue monitoring as the first few patches of the year progress.

(Side-note: while Crimson Raptor grants less experience than a little Raptor on paper, it’s a large monster so jungle items add another 50. Math!)


Monster experience rewards

FIRST CLEARMurkwolf, Raptor, Krug, and Gromp camps grant 25% less experience on first clear (stacks additively with Ancient Krug’s 50% reduced experience on first clear)
BLUE SENTINEL210  200
RED BRAMBLEBACK210  200
GROMP210  200
KRUGS45  35
LESSER KRUGS15  7
CRIMSON RAPTOR15  20
RAPTORS15  35

Twisted Treeline

Most of Treeline’s map-specific champion balancing has, over time, been overwritten by assorted buffs, nerfs, and updates. We’re removing the last two cases (Syndra and Wukong) this patch.

That may sound odd, considering we ended the year by giving Shyvana a Treeline-specific way to stack her passive by killing Vilemaw. The difference: Shyvana’s passive was literally un-stackable on a map without Elemental Drakes. We expect champions to be stronger or weaker from one map to the next – hence the two changes below – but we don’t want abilities to be crippled entirely outside of Summoner’s Rift. Moving forward, we’ll continue to evaluate changes in this vein as champs are added and updated, but the days of map-specific balancing for strength alone are behind us.

Syndra

R cooldown reduced to match Summoner’s Rift.

R – Unleashed Power

COOLDOWN 120/105/90 seconds  120/100/80 seconds

Wukong

Passive scaling increased to match Summoner’s Rift.

Passive – Stone Skin

BONUS RESISTANCES 2/4/6 armor and magic resist per nearby enemy champion  4/6/8 armor and magic resist per nearby enemy champion

League Client Update

We’re continuing work on performance and bugs while rebuilding legacy client features. More details below! Champion select animations have been given a big performance boost, and we gave a huge buff to Low-spec mode. We strongly recommend trying out Low-spec mode if you’re still having performance issues.

For questions about the ongoing client update open beta, check out open beta FAQ.

If you’re having technical issues preventing you from enjoying the game experience, know that you still have access to your legacy client. Just click “Launch legacy client” before logging in. You can also find solutions to most common issues in the Known Issues section of our support site.


New features

Below are the major features added to the League client update this patch.
NEWBOTS IN CUSTOM Players are now able to add bots to custom games in the updated client
NEWMOAR SETTINGS We’ve added more settings to the client under Sound, Interface and Game
NEWASCENSION We’re continuing to add more rotating game modes with this patch. The Ascension rotating game mode is now supported in the updated client.
NEWMOBILE SORTING “Group Mobile” has been added as a toggle option on the social panel. While the toggle is active, Mobile friends will be sorted into their own folder until they log in, at which point they’ll move back into their original folder.
UPDATEDOFFLINE SORTING “Hide Offline” has been changed to “Group Offline”. Functionality matches “Group Mobile” above! If the toggle is disabled, offline friends will be listed under their respective folder at all times.
NEWBATTLE BOOSTS Players can now purchase Battle Boosts in ARAM in the updated client
NEWTOASTER DETECTION Players on low-spec machines will see a dialog asking them if they’d like to enable low-spec mode

For those of you who haven’t yet opted into the open beta, we’re releasing another chunk of files (~500 MB) later with this patch. This download (and similar downloads with our normal patches going forward) will split the updated client into smaller chunks, reducing the final download size when it’s time to deprecate the legacy client. If you’ve opted into open beta, you’ve already downloaded these files, so you’ll be pretty much unaffected.


Notable fixes

  • We believe we fixed an issue that sometimes prevented players from editing their masteries in champ select. We’ll continue to keep a close eye on this issue.
  • Fixed an issue with the champ select grid not loading upon entering champion select
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused flickering during champ select
  • Champ select animations have been given a big performance pass, with many more things being affected by activation of Low-spec mode. SERIOUSLY, TRY LOW-SPEC MODE IF YOU’RE HAVING PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused a crash if a player failed to pick a champ during champ select
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from reconnecting to their game after getting disconnected while transitioning from champ select
  • Sounds in the client and in-game now respect your audio settings levels
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented players from accepting a ready check timer and causing the ACCEPT button to appear grayed out
  • We believe we fixed an issue that was preventing players from getting a ready check when friends in their party get it
  • Fixed an issue that caused the PLAY button to be grayed out after finishing the tutorial
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the summoner icon of a player to appear incorrectly in the game lobby
  • Fixed an issue that was causing the friends list to jitter when drag and dropping friends between folders
  • Fixed an issue that caused mastery pages created in the legacy client to appear incorrectly in the updated client
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from seeing a queue dodge notification when someone dodges from champ select for the second time
  • You will no longer get gifting notifications for gifts you’ve already received
  • Fixed an issue that prevented players from viewing champion skins on champion detail pages
  • Made some changes to improve legibility of the IP/RP text on the homescreen
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented players from spectating a friend’s game

Queue Health Update

Solo/Duo Queue

Ranked Flex

Bugfixes

  • Fixed several cases where abilities that create objects (ex. Jarvan’s E – Demacian Standard) caused their casters to no longer be considered Isolated for the purposes of Kha’Zix’s Passive – Unseen Threat
  • Fixed a bug causing LeBlanc’s W – Distortion cooldown to reset if she cast it, allowed it to go on cooldown without re-casting it, then copied it with R – Mimic
  • Shaco’s W – Jack in the Boxes now re-stealth after being revealed once the revealing effect (ex. Sweeping Lens) expires
  • Fixed a bug causing Bard’s Q – Cosmic Binding stun to last slightly longer than intended
  • The nearby enemy knockback effect of Fizz’s R – Chum the Waters no longer knocks back spell shielded targets while still consuming the spell shield
  • Fixed a bug where, briefly after hitting a target with Darius’s E – Apprehend, Darius automatically tried to attack the target, overriding any commands issued after Apprehend was cast
  • Hecarim’s E – Devastating Charge can no longer critically strike structures
  • Fixed a bug causing enemies revealed by Frost Queen’s Claim ghosts to also reveal stealthed enemy units they walked over
  • Fixed a bug causing Duskblade of Draktharr’s ward detection radius VFX pulses to queue up while dead, then play all at once upon respawning
  • Karma’s base Mantra W – Renewal tether visuals are no longer a funky color
  • Surprise Party Fiddlesticks’s E – Dark Wind on-hit particles now properly appear when Dark Wind kills a unit
  • Program Camille’s R – The Hextech Ultimatum border no longer disappears under elevated terrain
  • The green triangle patterning on the ground during Program Camille’s R – The Hextech Ultimatum no longer fails to appear if the camera moved away during the cast time
  • Mecha Malphite’s chromas now properly put spikes on his fists for the duration of W – Brutal Strikes
  • Added missing effects for PROJECT: Ekko’s W – Parallel Convergence bonus damage versus low-health champions
  • River Spirit Nami’s right tail fin no longer disappears in several of her animations
  • Koi Nami’s chromas now properly use her skin-specific water particles during her walk animation
  • Super Galaxy Shyvana’s Dragon Form E – Flame Breath explosion no longer permanently leaves behind subtle flame effects on the map
  • Fixed a few cases where the snowflake ground decoration on Snow Day Bard’s Q – Cosmic Binding stun appeared in weird places on certain champions
  • Fixed an issue where the tails of Fire form Elementalist Lux’s dress disappeared during some animations
  • Star Guardian Lux’s wand no longer gets briefly stuck at the max range of W – Prismatic Barrier
  • Fixed a bug causing certain buff visuals (ex. Banshee’s Veil) to bounce upward during Mecha Zero Sion’s R – Unstoppable Onslaught animation
  • Realigned Mecha Zero Sion’s jet thruster particles with his model during his homeguard animation
  • Shockblade Zed’s shadow no longer loses its smoky visuals during Zed’s dance animation
  • The flower Ivern creates during his taunt animation (candy for his Candy King skin) no longer vanishes if the camera moves away and back again
  • The face of the poro in Santa Braum’s joke animation no longer mutates during the animation

Upcoming Skins & Chromas

The following skins will be released during patch 7.1:
The following chromas will be released during patch 7.1:

Snowdown Crafting Material Expiration

As a reminder, Snowdown Crafting materials (Snowdown Sweets and Poro King’s Treasure Chest Fragments) will disappear on January 16th at 23:59 PT. Winter Chests, Snowdown Chests, Legacy Chests, and Poro King’s Treasure Chests will remain usable but will no longer drop expired materials after that date. Make sure to finish your crafting before then!

 

Points of Interest from the 7.1 PBE Cycle

Here’s a brief look at many of the new things included in patch 7.1, including things mentioned above in the patch notes and things discovered during the last PBE cycle! This coverage includes preview screen shots and video taken during the 7.1 PBE cycle and may vary slightly from what is pushed to live.

New Champion Skins

7.1 is set to include assets fpr numerous new champion skins, including upcoming skins for the 2017 Lunar Revel and Valentine’s Day. No release details yet, be on the look for more information soon!

Dreadnova Gangplank

1350 RP

Warring Kingdoms Azir

1350 RP / Legacy

Warring Kingdoms Garen

1350 RP / Legacy

 

Warring Kingdoms Vi

1350 RP / Legacy

 

Heartseeker Lucian

1350 RP

Heartseeker Quinn

975 RP

New Chroma – Firecracker Jinx

We also have seven new Firecracker Jinx chroma that will be hitting the shop in the near future.

Firecracker Jinx

[290 RP each or discounted in bundles]
      

 

New Ward Skins

Two new ward skins from the 7.1 PBE- the Love Dove Ward for Valentine’s Day and the Crest of the Rooster Ward for Lunar Revel 2017.

Love Dove Ward

[640 RP]

 

Crest of the Rooster Ward

[640 RP]

 

New Summoner Icons

Five new Lunar Revel themed summoner icons included this patch:

Four new Valentine’s Day themed summoner icons were also added this cycle:

 

New Esports Summoner Icons & Emotes

Over 100 new 2017 regional esport team icons added this patch. Expect them to hit the shop closer to the start of the 2017 competitive season and regional leagues!

NA LCS: Cloud9, CLG, Echo Fox, Immortals, Team Liquid, Phoenix1, Team Envy, TSM, Team Dignitas

 

EU LCS: Fnatic, G2 Esports, Giants Gaming, H2K, Origen, ROCCAT, Splyce, Team Vitality, Unicorns of Love, Misfits
LCK: SK Telecom T1, RoX Tigers, Samsung Galaxy, KT Rolster, Afreeca Freecs, Jin Air Green Wings, Longzhu Gaming, MVP, Kongdoo Monster, [New Organization – replacing the icon of ESC Ever]
LPL: [set 1] Royal Never Give Up, Edward Gaming, NewBee, Vici Gaming, Snake Esports, Game Talents, OMG, Invictus Gaming, I May

LPL[set 2]

 

 

LJL: Rampage, DetonationN Gaming, Rascal Jester, USG, 7th heaven, SCARZ

LMS: Wayi Spider, eXtreme Gamers, ahq e-Sports Club, J Team, Fireball, Flash Wolves, Hong Kong Esports, Machi E-Sports

 
CBLOL: INTZ Gaming, Remo Brave eSports, CNB e-Sports Cub, Keyd Stars, RED Canids, KaBuM! IDM, paiN Gaming, Operation Kino

 LAN: Just Toys Havoks, Lyon Gaming, Dash9 Gaming, Gaming Gaming, Exeltec Predators, Infamous Gaming, Infinity eSports, Zaga Talent Gaming

OPL: The Chiefs eSports Club, Avant Garde, Abyss Esports, Dire Wolves, Exile5, Legacy Esports. Sin Gaming, Tainted Minds

LAS: Kaos Latin Gamers

 

TCL: Dark Passage, HWA Gaming, Crew e-Sports Club, SuperMassive, Team AURORA, Fenerbahçe Esports, Galatasaray Esports, Galakticos eSports

[A second set of TCL icons with a gold background]

LCL: [New Organization – replacing the icon of Albus NoX], Vega Squadron,  Natus Vincere.CIS, TORNADO ROX, Gambit Gaming, Virtus.Pro, Vaevictus Esports, [New Organization?]

Several esports emotes were added this cycle. Each emote matches with the golden TCL team summoner icons seen in a previous update and presumably they are connected.

TCL: Crew Esports, Dark Passage, Fenerbahçe Esports, Galakticos eSports, GS Esports, HWA Gaming, SuperMassive, Team AURORA

 

Lunar Revel 2017 Login

A new Lunar Revel 2017 login theme is now on the PBE, featuring  the three upcoming skins!

 

Miscellaneous 

 

  • Several new Lunar Revel inspired Hextech crafting assets added in 7.1 PBE- 4 materials or components (left) and 1 chest (right most). .These share aesthetics with the new Warrking Kingdoms skins! Look for more information on these as the Lunar Revel approaches in early 2017!
        
  •  Few changes for the League Client Update Open Beta added during 7.1 PBE:
    • Bots are now available in custom games.
    • Ascension’s LCU selection has been updated with a new background image.
    •  New in-game options can be set through the PBE LCU’s settings page –SoundInterface, and Game were added where as Hotkeys have been on the live LCU for sometime.
  
Loading...

Facebook Comments

Default Comments

Leave a Reply