League of Legends fans are just settling into Patch 9.9, but Riot Games is already planning ahead.
Riot’s design director Andrei “Meddler” van Roon detailed possible changes that the team’s working on for Patch 9.11.
Meddler said that Riot couldn’t see any major balance issues at the moment, so the changes will be relatively small compared to other recent updates. Additionally, Riot will be looking at some possible projects for this coming preseason.
Meddler talked about the changes to Rageblade and Yuumi. Patch 9.10 should introduce the changes to Rageblade, while Yuumi could see some adjustments if she’s too strong or weak upon release. Riot needs to give her some time to settle before making any decisions, but “it’s worth acting immediately.”
Although he didn’t give any details on what the team has been doing with Clash, League’s competitive tournament mode, Meddler said that there should be more information about the game mode later this month.
Wukong changes are also being tested, according to Meddler. The changes are small gameplay updates to the champion that should be available on the PBE next week, possibly on Tuesday, May 14. The biggest change that’s being tested is on Wukong’s E, which will make his clone auto attack enemies instead of simply exploding. The clone’s attacks will apply on hits and deal a proportion of Wukong’s AD as damage.