'League Of Legends' Update: Patch 1.7 Coming Next Year, Gangplank To Get A Huge Facelift? [Video]


Riot Games has released the latest "League of Legends" patch on Tuesday, bringing a bunch of fixes to assassins, the jungle and some long-ignored champions. The patch notes for the 6.24 update reveals all the listing all of the changes and explaining everything from minor ability calibrations to jungle fixes and even visual graphics.

According to PCgamesn, "League of Legend" or LoL's next big content patch is 7.1. The next big update will introduce a slew of bug fixes along with the new Warring Kingdoms and Heartseeker skins.

Gangplank Will Get A New Look:

The LoL's upcoming update will cover Ryze, Poppy, Shyvana, Syndra, and Karma. But the major highlights of the update would be on Gangplank.

According to the latest report, a new skin from Gangplank could draw a lot of attention from the players because of the future-techno vibe embedded on it. Gangplank's skin will be the focus when the upcoming Patch 7.1 arrives. It will include a new look for Gangplank, which said to be unrecognizable based on the classic look. It's not just skinned that will upgrade here, the graphics on skills are also changed along with the barrels that are being used on the battlefield.

In addition to the Gangplank's new look, a ward skin is also included to match the Heartseeker skins that are a called a Love Dove ward. The Patch 7.1 will also include the new Warring Kingdoms skins for Azir, Vi, and Garen along with the Heartseeker skins for Lucian and Quinn.

Unfortunately, there's still no words about the exact release date for patch 7.1. But based on the game's release schedules, which are said to be bi-weekly, this might come in the first or second week of January 2017 .

Released on 2009, "League of Legends" (LoL) is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed by Riot Games for Mac OS X and Windows PC. It follows a freemium model and was inspired by the Defense of the Ancients, a multiplayer online battle arena mod for the Blizzard's Warcraft III and its expansions.

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