New expansions, items, rewards, and formats will arrive on a quarterly release circle.
Legends of Runeterra has released its 2023 roadmap to give players a breakdown of the content that will be rolled out on a quarterly basis, including new champions, modes, balance changes, and expansions, plus a new competitive structure and formats.
Before giving an insight into the content coming to Legends of Runeterra throughout this year, the developer team iterated that the community made its voice heard about some core aspects of the game, such as the lack of LoR-exclusive champions and balance issues for particular relics and items. It looks like it’s going to be changing because players will see some pretty big updates in the next weeks and months to improve the PvP experience. There are also new changes to the standard format that will put players’ creativity and deck-building skills to the test.
The new content roadmap shows the larger beats that will be delivered on a regular basis throughout the year, including new rewards, achievements, and monthly adventures for The Path of Champions. Those who enjoy The Path of Champions will receive new items, champions, and balance changes to relics. There will even be exclusive rewards for players who take part in the Beta Season. Along with new formats and PvP rewards, the content mentioned above will be released sooner than expansions and changes to legacy content. No specific release date for the upcoming patches has been revealed.
A little further out, the development team claimed that a new set of updates and patches will arrive on a quarterly release circle, meaning there won’t be a single month without an expansion, variety set, or live-balance patches. There will be changes that allow players to flex their achievements on their friends. Moreover, Riot Games has been exploring new features based on player feedback, including limited-time modes, pre-release experiences, and player tournaments.
Some familiar faces and LoR-exclusive champions will arrive on the card game with expansions to give new glimpses at the Realm of Runeterra. Variety sets, on the other hand, will drop in every release cycle with new cards, which players will combine with old cards to explore whether there is a synergy between them. Legends of Runeterra is available now on iOS, Android, and PC.
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