Though Riot Games is reducing the number of VGUs it is attacked in League of Legends Every year, to shift the focus to creating new champions, there may be more than one revision to be released before the end of 2022.
On a Reddit thread Discussing the champion releases planned for this year, Ryan “Reav3” Mireles, lead champion producer for leagueHe teased that there might be another unannounced VGU this year, although no plans were solidified. “[There is the] Potential for a second, ”Reav3 said. “We have[n’t] has landed on a sufficiently strong hook to be confident that we will send it. “The possible VGU is also” not in one place ” [where] We are confident that we will still talk about it “, According to him.
As part of the livestream with an overview of the 2022 season, Riot announced another vote this year to determine the champion who will receive a VGU in 2023. The poll is similar to the polls that led to revisions for Volibear and Fiddlesticks, as well as the upcoming Udyr optimizations. This year, players can vote for Shyvana, Skarner, Tyrndamere, Nocturne or Kog’Maw as VGU recipients who would receive this revision in 2023. Ahri was later announced as the recipient of an ASU at the Caitlyn level one year, but other champions were not announced to receive any changes.
While the second VGU this year is both unknown and not yet confirmed, many players speculate that the other champion to be reworked is Quinn, who appeared in the VGU poll last season but was mostly absent this season. Despite having been reworked once, Quinn remains an odd and underutilized champion due to her equipment and poor viability as a marksman. Quinn as the second revision is purely speculative by fans and has not yet been confirmed.
Players can now vote in league Customers for the champion they want to get a VGU in 2023 and choose between Shyvana, Skarner, Tryndamere, Nocturne and Kog’Maw. Last year’s poll winner Udyr will receive a makeover later this year.
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