Scarizard is taking a break from the patch notes, so you get me.
Before we get to the meat of things, let’s have a moment of silence for the passing of the old Mordekaiser vs. Master Yi art we stole from somewhere I can’t remember.
And now check out that awesome new art we stole from the 2016 season update! You cangrab it as a wallpaper here, which is nice.
Getting into the mix, 6.1 and 6.2 are our ‘preseason followup’ patches, and we’ve been pretty happy with how things are trending. We’re seeing some cool diversity picks in competitive games (little suspicious of that Lissandra support), a lot of major outliers are calming down (although Graves and a few others may need to be checked), and the season’s start is upon us.
In light of the above, 6.2’s very straightforward. The most exciting things I’d want to highlight (aside from the release of Jhin, the Shen update, and the Nunu buffs) are very ‘under-the-hood’ with the ward debris and wall collision detection changes. The wall collision changes are pretty important but self-explanatory, so go read the note. On the point of ward debris: we still firmly believe that there needs to be some way to learn one of the most critical (and often game-winning) systems in League of Legends, so shiny little ghost-wards is where we’re at. Clarity.
And that’s 6.2 wrapped up! We wish you the best of luck in your placement matches. If you’re struggling, try finding some like-minded friends to rank up with – just make sure they don’t owe you money or anything because if you start fighting over who threw the game at the 55 minute mark, feelings get hurt and Tyler will never pay you that $20 he owes unless you call him out publicly in the patch notes. FOR SHAME.
But seriously, find some friends and have fun! Good luck out there!