Riot Games has kicked off the 2023 season of the most popular MOBA in the world with a video that shows what the future holds for League of Legends and the esports of the title.
The event will officially kick off the ranked and tournament season of League of Legends for casual gamers and professionals respectively.
A look at everything coming to League of Legends in 2023
The League of Legends team discussed Ahri’s Art and Sustainability Update (ASU), Aurelion Sol’s Full UGF Update, Ranked Mid-Year Reset, Champion Roadmap coming they will continue in 2023 and much more.
Also, LoL Esports previously announced a new competitive event, New Beginnings, which will kick off on January 10 to celebrate the start of the 2023 season.
We will be able to leave our mark in this new year and in the ranking thanks to the missions of the 2023 season and get the following rewards:
- 2 hextech chests and keys
- 6 icons
- Precision Icon
- Domination Icon
- Witchcraft Icon
- Icon Value
- Inspiration Icon
- rune book icon
- 3000 blue essences
- 8 Champion Shards
- 2023 Season Opening Icon and 2023 Season Icon
- Guardian Aspect Leaving Mark
Also Ahri’s Asu It is just around the corner. Its basic design, skins, VFX, artwork, and Nine-Tails have been updated, and there will also be large updates that revamp the gameplay of older champions and modernize the template.
In Aurelion Sol’s UGC, Riot will release a all-new skill kit for the Star Forger. On the other hand, the LoL team of champions continues to invest resources in making the roster of champions more diverse and representing all cultures, genders, and skill levels in each role. In 2023, they’re releasing new champions, like Milio, an Ixtali wizard, and Naafiri, an Unseelie assassin going mid lane.
League of Legends will renew aspects In 2023, characters like Kalista, Aurelion Sol, Ivern, and Kled will receive new skins, starting with the first event of the new year, Lunar Gods and Mythmakers.
Ranking between the two ranked splits will also be reset and rewards will be implemented to match them, so LoL meets current expectations and thus put an end to various stress-related issues that lead to LP loss and mid-level drops of year.
On January 10-11, the LCS, LEC, LCK, LPL, LJL, CBLOL, LLA, PCS and VCS will host a special event which will last two days and in which we will broadcast a preview of the 2023 season and the most outstanding players of the year will be presented.
The New Beginnings event will replace the All-Stars from League of Legends. Although players and fans alike have had plenty of unforgettable memories at the All-Stars over the years, the current planning can be challenging for many of its participants.
Replacing All-Stars with New Beginnings will allow professional players to take a well-deserved break and offer fans a new platform that will complement the local competitions and celebrations that different regions usually host at the end of the year.
To celebrate all the changes to the jungle, League of Legends raises a special social impact challenge for players from all over the world. For every 100 Season 2023 missions we complete by June 24, Riot Games will donate $1 to the Riot Games Social Impact Fund, in partnership with ImpactAssets, to support environmental conservation, up to a total of $1 million.
If you want to know more about this year’s news, you can visit the official website and pay attention to the different posts from the Riot Games team. Without a doubt, a very exciting 2023 is coming for LoL fans.