League of Legends (LOL) high ping issue reported after update 10.10
League of Legends is one of the best MOBA games that are currently available on the market. The game is a bit similar to Dota 2 & World of Warcraft, but its popularity is greater than these two.
The massive success of the game can be inferred from its player base which was 100 million monthly in 2017. The game’s user base is still growing at a decent pace. Well, Riot Games recently dropped a new patch for League of Legends with version 10.10 which we have summarized at the end of the post.
Cut to now, many League of Legends players are currently experiencing high ping issue. For many of them, ping is incredibly high & literally making the game unplayable for many players. Well, if you are also facing this issue, fret not, as many players also experiencing the same problem.
Many players are reporting a ping of 80-100 ms. Thier ping have spiked from 42-44 ms to 80 ms & above. They have taken the route of Reddit to express this issue & concern. Have a look at a few complaints down below.
Riot Games Support has not addressed the issue officially yet, but we certainly hope that devs will look into this matter as it hampering the gameplay for many players. Rest assured, we are keeping an eye on this matter & will update you with more information whenever it arrives.
Coming back to update 10.10, along with buffs & nerfs, the new patch also brought a few new skins for players. Four skins that have made their way with this update for the following legends: Lucian, Ekko, Fiora, and Pantheon.
One of the major highlights of this new update is the buff of Soraka. Other notable legends that have received a buff in this update include the following: Irelia, Annie, Sivir, Nidalee, Udyr, & Twisted Fate.
Legends which have been nerfed under the new update includes the following : Diana, Katarina, Kayn, Cled, Maokai, Miss Fortune, and Taric. You can get its more details by heading here.
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