Following that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla announcement a few weeks back, which took the form of a demo piecing the viking game’s setting together bit-by-bit, it looks like we’re going to get another peek at how some game art is made. Legends of Runeterra developer Riot has announced a livestream that’ll take place next week and show one of the card game’s new characters being designed in front of our eyes.
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Ahead of Legends of Runeterra‘s arrival in just a few short days, Riot Games has unveiled the first batch of patch notes for the card game’s 1.0 launch – and its new expansion, which is called Rising Tides. The expansion brings an entirely new region called Bilgewater, as well as 120 new cards (60 for the existing six regions; 60 for the new region), 11 new Champions, six new keywords, and more.
There are some hefty changes on the way to Legends of Runeterra in the next patch. Developer Riot has revealed it’s “making some big changes to give players more control over how they get cards” in the game, which is currently in open beta – and that means “dramatic” improvements to the Vault, cheaper Expeditions, and the ability to “directly purchase any card [you] want from the store”.
As we hurtle towards spring, Riot’s got another hefty batch of card changes, updates, tweaks, and reworks headed to its flagship CCG, Legends of Runeterra. In addition to a handful of key Champion changes, there are plenty of follower and spell adjustments to check out this round, as well some change-ups for Expeditions Archetypes, the card game’s pacing and feel, and more. Read on to see what’s in store for Legends of Runeterra patch 0.9.2.
The recent – and chunky – Legends of Runeterra patch 0.9.0 brought a hearty round of changes to the card game’s Champions, followers, spells, expedition rewards, and more. The latest LoR patch 0.9.1 is a lot daintier, but there’s still a handful of tweaks and new content to check out. That’s where we come in – read on to see what’s in store for Legends of Runeterra next.
Now the Legends of Runeterra release date has arrived and the very first LoR open beta patch has gone live, it’s time for another round of tweaks and changes to one of the best card games on the block. The Legends of Runeterra patch 0.8.3 notes are here – and they bring some brand new Guardians to the game.
Riot’s Legends of Runeterra is now open to a wide audience, and while the response has broadly been a positive one, there’s been one major sticking point among PC players: frame rate. LoR is currently capped at 30fps, and while card games don’t necessarily require extreme response times, the limitation has been disappointing. Thankfully, Riot is planning to make a change soon.
After a series of limited launches, Legends of Runeterra’s open beta kicks off in a matter of hours. If you missed out on the chance to sign up for early access to the open beta, then today, January 24, is your chance to get in on the latest word on digital card games. Here’s exactly when you can expect to play in your region.