LoL Patch 10.24 Preview: Item Adjustments, Champion Nerfs


LoL Patch 10.24 Preview: Item Adjustments, Champion Nerfs

Patch 10.24, the next wave of changes for League of Legends’ Preseason update, comes with some serious item adjustments and champion nerfs. The new patch is expected to launch on November 24 and trigger more meta changes that can make Bitcoin LoL odds change its pace as these can easily shift the advantage from one side to the other.

LoL lead gameplay designer Mark “Scruffy” Yetter detailed the preview of patch 10.24 on his Twitter account. The changes focus mainly on classes and outlier items, item procs and activities, outlier champions, and tank champions.

Since patch 10.23, LoL’s dev team has been planning to execute a stabilization period to prepare for the next competitive season. Patch 10.24 will serve as a platform to polish more champions and items.

“The first patch of preseason is definitely a stabilization period. We know there will be OP champs, OP items, bugs that slipped through and a few rough edges. We’re going to be full on polish mode in the next few weeks to get everything stable and tuned the way it should be,” said Mark Yetter in his Twitter post accompanied by the patch preview.

Patch 10.24 Preview

Item Nerfs

Ludens Tempest
Liandries Anguish
Night Harvester
Riftmaker
Hextech Rocketbelt
Lichbane
Demonic Embrace
Nashor’s Tooth
Eclipse
Blade of the Ruined King

Item Buffs

Tear of the Goddess
AP Jungle
Kraken Slayer
Essence Reaver
Phantom Dancer
Moonstone Renewer
Prowlers Claw
Serpent’s Fang

Champion Changes

Kayle – Her on-hit damage is making Kayle invincible, especially when she’s building her updated Nashor’s Tooth and Riftmaker. Both of these items will be nerfed in patch 10.24, but the dev team may also explore her Starfire Spellblade (E) to balance and reduce her stats.

Samira – The dev team plans to nerf ADC items compatible to Samira. Players may see her solo carry potential and base stats reduced.

Hecarim – As one of the most powerful jungers in the champion pool today, the dev team will consider targeting his Shadow of War’s ability to farm and deal damage. This may also affect his minions.

Tryndamere – the only champion receiving buff this upcoming patch is Tryndamere. He appears to be negatively affecting the current meta. The dev team may alter his passive crit chance, the main source of his strength.