League of Legends” will be shut down for maintenance on April 6th to update to version 13.7.
According to the report, this version deals with some of the most popular fielding heroes in the professional scene, such as Azure, Serjoni, and everyone’s favourite blind monk – Li Qing. The League of Legends team has begun preliminary balancing work to get the tactical environment for the 2023 Midseason Championship in good shape, and that means those top picks will be moved down a few ticks. The next few releases will also see some Pro Circuit-oriented hero enhancement changes.
On top of that, an official off-screen signal feature has been added. It can be difficult to keep an eye on the mini-map to see your teammates’ signals while focusing on your play. And aggressive aiming/dodging skills can make this more challenging. To help, the League of Legends team has introduced off-screen signals to make it easier to see your teammates’ signals. Some off-screen signals will now be displayed at the edge of the screen, which the League of Legends team hopes will allow players to react to signals faster than ever before.
In terms of the behaviour system, the League of Legends team is improving the harmful behaviour detection system to detect “verbal abuse” and “intentional headshots”. This means you’ll see an increase in the number of actions taken against players for these behaviours in-game.
Finally, officials say that the rest of the world no longer supports 32-bit Windows operating systems after version 13.7 and that you need a 64-bit Windows operating system to play League of Legends. The national service has been given more time for players with 32-bit Windows OS to switch to 64-bit Windows OS. The national service will also be informed of one version cycle before stopping support for 32-bit Windows OS.