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‘League Of Legends’ Gets Big Changes With Update 6.24 [VIDEO]

"League of Legends" update 6.24 will come with big changes to the popular online game. The Riot Games lead designer revealed that the upcoming update happened because of the fans who begged for certain features.

"League of Legends" update brings big changes

According to the official website of "League of Legends," patch 6.24 will make big changes to it. It will add new features, improvements, fixes, and many more that the fans have been begging to get added.

"League of Legends" update introduces practice mode

With the latest "League of Legends" patch 6.24 going live on Dec. 7, it will introduce new content for it like the Practice mode. It lets players practice their tricky maneuvers over and over, with an option to let them instantly reset the cooldowns, try out some new paths, and to handle the infinite gold settings.

"League of Legends" update introduces Assassins update

The "League of Legends" update introduced the Assassin update where several characters have gained new abilities in the game. Talon gets parkour, Rengar has some new hunting gear, Leblanc gets double LB weekend, and Katarina gets more daggers and shunpo.

The update improved some of the items for the Assassins and added new ones to the lineup. The flat armor penetration has been changed to Lethality this time around. Poacher's Dirk and Edge of Night were added with great stats to check out.

"League of Legends" update possible due to fans

Riot Games lead designer Greg Street told Engadget in an exclusive interview that the latest update for "League of Legends" was possible due to the fans. They were asking for the practice mode for a while, but the game company was reluctant to introduce the feature. They listened to the logic the fans gave them, which convinced them to add the feature to the upcoming update.

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