Champion changes reverted in League’s PBE ahead of Patch 9.18

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Riot Games has adjusted the former Champion changes to the League of Legends PBE ahead of the release of patch 9.18. But all changes are not final until the official release of the Patch. 

The new update comes a day after Mark Yetter, League’s lead gameplay designer, posted several controversial changes that included nerfs and buffs on several champions

Mark Yetter on Twitter

9.18 preview with current changes. Major pivots – vayne/riven buffs removed, sylas nerf pushed to 9.19. Nothing 100% final but these are pretty close.

Some fans may be eager to see changes to Caitlyn, Ekko, or Kai’Sa after the controversial update that was released yesterday. These new changes do not include these champions, but they are still significant. 

Aatrox’s movement speed was originally set to be nerfed from 60-100 percent movement speed down to 30-50 percent. But this change has been reverted back to its original state at 60-100. 

Lee Sin has seen a change from the original PBE. This champion’s Dragon’s Rage cooldown was reverted from its nerfed state of 90-75-60 seconds to its original state of 110-85-60 seconds. 

Miss Fortune’s Attack Damage carry Double Up has also been reverted. It was originally set to be buffed to 115 percent. However, this was reverted back down to 100 percent. 

Additionally, Vayne has seen a significant nerf toward his Tumble bonus damage. This has been reverted from 50-57.5-65-72.5-80 percent back down to 50-55-60-65-70 percent. 

Although some changes may be controversial, fans should still anticipate more changes to come from the 9.18 PBE, as the Patch is set to be released next Wednesday. 

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