League of Legends'nın shared the Gamedy Agenda in 2018, the latest issue of the Voicing Voices and Neeko was on. The official forum of the game shared as follows:
One of the things that we've been trying to do recently is the automatic play of provocations when the champions see certain other champions. We think that this gives quite good results; because in order to be able to hear certain provocations, players do not have to perform the statement when they are near the right opponent. So early next year, we'll be transferring many of the old voices to this automated trigger system. Our current plan is to move the majority of the voices to the new system, although in some cases it does not automatically automate some of the voices that will come to the pointless or irrelevant.
Feel free to share your comments on this idea and the impact of changes on Open Beta. This change will be especially pleasing to the new champions with many provocative lines. Among these are Aurelion Sol, Azir, Ekko, Evelynn, Galio, Illaoi, Irelia, Jhin, Maokai, Sion, Swain, Tahm Kench, Taliyah, Urgot and Xayah. We can also decide that all champions will automatically use a general provocation when they see a rival champion for the first time. Our discussions on this continue.
It's been a while since Neeko came into play, and he's at least really strong in terms of winning, according to a new championship. Of course, we can not say that is in a very dominant situation. If you have played magician champions before, you can easily comprehend most of the champ's skill set thanks to familiar skill requirements and gameplay style. As you'll expect, the most distinctive of the other champions is its gameplay, especially its pasant. For now, we can see that the learning curves of playing Neeko and playing Neeko are more or less the same. This is actually quite rare.
If we look at the equilibrium dimension of the work, we plan to reduce the base damage of Neeko in the 8.24b Patch. Although we do not have any other plan yet, we will keep a close eye on the ratio of R.
The last article of the year
Thank you for reading! Since the 8.24b is about to leave and we are nearing good for the new year, we will not publish another article until next year. We hope the rest of 2018 is great for you. We look forward to sharing with you everything we have planned for 2019 and talking to you about them. In the beginning of January, we will return to our usual order with two articles each week.