Riot Games has released the patch notes for League of Legends patch 13.1b update. It appears that the developer has permanently shelved Yuumi pending a rework. The B-Patch contains several unpleasant shocks in store for the magical cat. Several of which were previously planned for the postponed patch 13.2. Most of her base numbers are not here anymore. Also, while she does get some range back on the passive attack with her (W) You And Me!, her (P) Bop ‘N’ Block’s shield strength has been decreased. Passive removes the AP ratio from her (E) Zoomies and grants far less adaptive force. So, basically the new League of Legends patch kills Yuumi and her cute superpowers.
League of Legends patch 13.1b update basically kills Yuumi
Because of her presence, the forthcoming ADC adjustments, and her influence in professional, Riot is reportedly purposefully nerfing the game this time around. According to the notes, “We’re restricting Yuumi’s ability to effectively trade with her basic attacks and health pool, which has been a major contributor to her pro domination.” Riot provided an update on the champion’s overhaul back in December. The champion has occasionally posed a threat to players of all skill levels on the Rift. Future plans call for Yuumi to transform into a “easy-to-learn Enchanter that’s all about safeguarding and improving her companions.”
Although it doesn’t sound all that different from what we already have, the studio wants to emphasize “other sorts of counterplay” for her because she will still be able to establish relationships with people. It goes without saying that this is a dreadful time to be a fan of Yuumi. League of Legends patch kills Yuumi and her powers. But let’s talk about the game.
Riot Games created and released League of Legends (LoL). Also known as League, is a multiplayer online battle arena computer game in 2009. The creators of Riot wanted to create a standalone game. In the similar genre by the Warcraft III custom map Defense of the Ancients. League has been a free-to-play game since its inception in October 2009, and it earns money through the sale of customisable character skins. Both macOS and Microsoft Windows support the game. Oh, you can also see our Is Redfall on Game Pass guide.