Riot Games announces the release of League of Legends Patch 13.1B (formerly known as Patch 13.2) worldwide on servers. The release was postponed by a day, originally set for Jan. 25, due to a cyber attack on Riot. Players can anticipate balance updates and system changes in this patch, while major updates previously planned for Patch 13.2 were postponed to a later date, leading Riot to rename the patch as a “micropatch”.
Patch 13.2 was set to bring updates including the full revamp of Ahri and buffing of Annie, but they were postponed to Patch 13.3, launching on Feb. 8, according to the game’s patch schedule. Today’s update introduced nerfs to champions including Yuumi, Gangplank, and the Lucian/Nami duo commonly used in professional play. Additionally, Lillia, Orianna, and Zoe received buffs, as well as some AD carry champions.
The patch features six new skins for the Lunar New Year celebration, including Prestige Porcelain Lissandra available in the in-game crafting menu. League of Legends Patch 13.1B is now available on servers globally. Players eagerly awaiting updates like buffing of Annie or Ahri’s overhaul can play with them in the next full patch, Patch 13.3, releasing on Feb. 8.
Last Updated on January 29, 2023
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