Champion Durability Patch 12.10 is the Largest League of Legends Patch Ever
The long-awaited champion durability patch 12.10 is now available in League of Legends. It’s the biggest meta change in League History.
Riot Games says, ” This patch has been a big deal, y’all.” It buffs champion stats and makes everyone stronger to encourage longer, more thoughtful fights and more skill expressions.
The main changes to League of Legends_’ champion durability update include a boost in base health, armor per level and health per level, magic resist per level, and nerfs for grievous wounds and shields. Although nobody knows what the 12.10 meta will look like, the durability base stat increases make it possible for anyone to guess. This is a great time, as we are already seeing less-selected champions on Rift as people try out the new League. This virtue makes burst champions inherently weaker so that you don’t have the fear of being one-shotted or beaten by a Zed or Veigar.
All champions got bulky buffs in patch 12.10. However, some received a few tweaks. Fiora’s passive heal on vitals was nerfed but her ultimate healing got a boost; Pyke’s gray Health gets capped at 55% instead of 60%; Thresh’s health growth increased by but his shield got nerfed. A whole host of statistical changes have made the champion durability update an unheard-of patch that players are only beginning to explore.
Although the update’s main focus is on making champions feel like the Incredible Hulk this patch also includes some visual updates. Name and Twisted Fate have visual effects updates that are carried through all their skins. New “honorable” and “challenger” recalls are available to the most elite players. There are also High Noon skins of Sion, Viktor, and Samira.
You can find the complete patch notes on the League of Legends website.
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