If you’ve been keeping an eye on our site, you’ll know that League of Legends patch 11.18 was a big one, ushering in a raft of changes across the MOBA game’s champion roster in the run-up to the Worlds, which kick off next month. However, we can expect to see some of those changes further tweaked soon as League’s lead game designer has been mulling on how they’ve played out on live servers and noted some follow-up adjustments coming.
Jeevun Sidhu notes on Twitter that live data following 11.18’s release so far indicates that, out of the 33 champions changed, “27 hit their targets pretty cleanly”, but the dev takes some time to chat about how the remaining six have fared, and what Riot’s planning to do with them. Some, as Sidhu explains, are in for some further changes to course-correct 11.18’s adjustments – with Fizz being the first on the list.
“We misjudged the magnitude of his adjustments and he’s been nerfed overall,” the dev says. So, he’ll be getting buffed with the upcoming League of Legends patch 11.19.