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League of Legends: Riot Is Working On A New Map

More 18-02-2023 14:00
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On February 16, 2023 more information regarding the new rotating game mode in League of Legends was revealed. Of course, we already knew that it would be a 2v2v2v2 mode, but now we have some more information regarding the playstyle, as well as the map. 

In a Reddit post, after the initial announcement Riot Maxw3ll revealed that this new game mode would feature a new map. But there was some more key information he revealed. 

LoL: New Game Mode Will Feature New Map

Players have been asking for Riot to bring back the Winter Wonder map for ages and while we might not get the Winter Wonder map, we are going to be getting a new map for a rotating game mode which is already a breath of fresh air. 

Players have gotten sick of either playing on Summoner's Rift or the Howling Abyss and with Nexus Blitz unplayable at the moment, LoL fans will take anything at this point. Thankfully, Riot is working on something new and we will be able to play it in the Summer of 2023. 

It is finally here:

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The new 2v2v2v2 mode, which was inspired by TFT Double Up, will be played on a new map. On Reddit, Riot Maxw3ll wrote that the "2v2v2v2 [mode] is planned to be time limited on a new map." 

He added on, that the team will also be working on getting Nexus Blitz up and running again.

Nexus Blitz is something we want to run again, but we're prioritizing getting that brand new experience out to y'all this simmer. Plan is that we'd do Nexus Blitz again at some point this year after the 2v2v2v2. 

So, it's time for casual LoL players to get excited. We might not get any game modes until the summer so the team can focus on the new game mode, but that's a small price to pay if we're going to be able to play this new game mode, as well as Nexus Blitz in 2023, right?

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...