Games News

Major Legends Of Runeterra bugs fixed, another patch coming next week

Legends Of Runeterra Bugs

The Legends of Runeterra has received an overwhelming response all over the world since its official launch last week. However, users who started playing the digital card game complained that there were a number of bugs in the Legends of Runeterra, including issues related to some Champion cards. Riot Games has announced in a Reddit post that they have rolled out a hotfix to address some of the most pressing bugs.

Hotfix resolves the Legends of Runeterra bugs

For the uninitiated, Legends of Runeterra is a free-to-play game available on both PC and mobile devices. You can download it here. Users had complained that the Champions’ abilities were not working as intended when they leveled up. Some cards were overpowered while others were just not working. They have all been patched up now.

In a Reddit post, Riot Games said it has fixed errors related to Sejuani, Lee Sin, Vi, and the Twisted Fate. According to the company:

  • Sejuani’s leveled up ability should always work now, even with start-of-round effects such as Citybreaker. Previously, it worked only sometimes.
  • Lee Sin will get a proper Barrier when players cast a second spell. That’s even if Lee Sin has leveled up from the first spell in a round.
  • Vi will not temporarily gain +8 attack power when she leveled up.
  • Finally, Twisted Fate will be playable with a full board.

Balancing bug fixes and new features

Riot Games has promised to push out the Patch 1.1 next week. The company said the most important patches had to be released as early as possible. The next week’s patch will fix even more bugs in the Legends of Runeterra and might bring some other changes. Riot Games said it had to find a balance between fixing bugs to improve the current experience and developing new stuff.

Now that some of the biggest kinks have been ironed out, users can enjoy the game in a better way while waiting for the next week’s patch. The Legends of Runeterra is based on League of Legends characters, but it’s easy to pick up even for newbies. There are spell cards, champion cards, and follower cards. You will be building decks using these cards while trying to destroy your opponent’s nexus.

About the author

Vikas Shukla

Vikas is Insider Paper's Editor/Writer. He has been covering the latest developments in Tech and Politics for about a decade. He loves trekking, playing chess, and reading. - Email: [email protected]

Daily Newsletter