League of Legends Sets Location
League of Legends still has a community that is far too filled with players look to ruin the game for everyone, League of Legends Sets Location, but Riot is now making some big changes. league of Legends, despite what you may have heard, is actually a pretty solid video game. Riot Games’ mega-popular MOBA, which is said to still boast 8-million concurrent players each day, is to this day one of the most popular games in the world but has long had a negative connotation surrounding it due in part to the game’s “toxic” community.
Fortunately, Riot is now looking to take more drastic measures in 2020 to clean things up and has today summarized some more plans in which it hopes will improve the game. Outlined on the League of Legends website today, Riot’s Cody Germain outlined some new systems that are being put in place to deter common occurrences in the game such as players griefing, going AFK, or intentionally feeding the opposing team.
Riot says that with its new systems that are slowly beginning to roll out, it can identify when players go AFK or feed the enemy team at double the rate that it was previously. It also is allowing players to take action against these griefing players more frequently, with new implementations such as reporting or muting players in the pre-game lobby now becoming a permanent fixture to League of Legends.
Dates for Worlds 2020
Compared to past events, this one will be different in that it will only be held in one location. Past Worlds events have jumped around to different cities within a region during the different stages of the competition, but the single location for Worlds 2020 will better ensure the safety of everyone involved, Riot said.
“Hosting the event in a single city will reduce travel throughout the tournament and give us the ability to more closely control the show environment,” Riot said. “We continue to use the guidance from various health organizations and local and national authorities to prioritize safety for our players, fans, and everyone involved with bringing Worlds 2020 to life.”
Whether or not League of Legends will actually see its player base become less toxic over time remains to be seen, but at the very least, Riot is seemingly taking some real implementations to rectify many of these problems. At the end of the day, players who want to ruin the experience for others will likely continue to do so, but hopefully, these same players will be met more quickly with bans and other warnings on their account faster than in the past.