This is the 2022 LoL Patch Schedule | RiftFeed
When will the patches come out this year?

This is the 2022 LoL Patch Schedule

Patch Notes 07-12-2022 11:11
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When will season 12 start? | © Riot Games

We are in the middle of Season 12 of League of Legends. New skins have entered the building and the pro-scene is as intense as ever, but what we really want to know is when our favorite champion is getting gutted by Riot, right? So, it's time to check out the schedule of the new League of Legends season. 

If you’re planning to improve upon your results from last year, then make sure to check out the 2022 League of Legends patch schedule. Don’t know where to find it? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered right here.

What Dates Will The Patches Come Out in 2022?

This is the complete list of the patches coming out in 2022. Just remember that these dates could still change throughout the year. There are always difficulties especially in this day and age with our pal COVID-19 running rampant.

Sea Dog Yasuo Skin
A new Yasuo skin? Sure! | © Riot Games

What is the Current League of Legends Patch? 

We are on LoL Patch 12.23 right now. This is the final patch of 2022. Multiple tanks got slight buffs, while over aschievers like Yuumi were nerfed this patch, but the biggest adjustments come on the ARAM map where Riot has made some major adjustments, making it wider, while also adding hextech gates and more. 

What Do We Know About Future Patches? 

The next patch is going to be the first of the 2023 season. We are heading into League of Legends Season 13, so get ready for some big updates, as well as a brand-new ranked season. 

We are starting the year off strong with new Lunar Revel skins celebrating the Chinese New Year. So who else is ready for a new season of League of Legends once the winter holidays are over? Will Yuumi finally be deleted from League of Legends in Season 13?

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Sabrina Ahn

Sabrina Ahn is the League of Legends and Riftfeed Lead. During her time at Concordia University in 2014 she fell in love with League of Legends and esports and has been playing LoL since then – how she hasn't lost...