Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Ling unable to climb walls & attack speed bugged in Overdrive mode
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, commonly known as MLBB is one of the most popular 5v5 MOBA games for mobile devices. Developed and published by Moonton, the title has been downloaded more than 1 billion times.
Thanks to the developers adding new content to the game every few days, the user base averaged to somewhere around 80 million players in September of 2021.
But in the last few months, players have complained about low quality or no HD graphics on iPad and the game crashing on loading screen after updating to Android 12.
That being said, Moonton recently added a new game mode Overdrive to MLBB that lets players fight against one another with unlimited mana, uncapped attack speed, lower skill cooldown and arrival spell in addition to the normal one.
MLBB Ling unable to climb walls in Overdrive mode
You can see in the image below how the skill cannot be cast on any wall.
Not sure if this has already been posted, but Ling cannot use his s1 and his skins do not appear in overdrive mode.
Ok. so i was just playing overdrive but apparently you can’t use your 1st skill while playing ling? has this happended to any of you?
As it turns out, the issue has been reported by a moderator to the developers.
We have reported the issue already
Overdrive attack speed bugged
As if that wasn’t enough, players say the attack speed is capped at 3.0 in Overdrive mode while the description says its uncapped.
Issue where Attack Speed is capped even though it’s not supposed to be?
Attack speed bugged in Overdrive?
Overdrive’s description says that Attack Speed is unrestricted, but I just played a game and went full attack speed items and I was still capped at 3.00. Is this a bug or was Moonton exaggerating when they said unrestricted?
Thankfully, it looks like a moderator has forwarded the details of the glitch to the developers.
Will report the issue.
As always, we will be updating this article once Moonton fixes the aforementioned issues so make sure you keep checking this space.
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