Last week, Riot Games’ lead gameplay designer Mark “Scruffy” Yetter revealed that the developers were planning to make some changes to multiple systems on Summoner’s Rift. Now, Yetter has provided more details surrounding the adjustments headed to the game for Patch 10.12.
Both the Cloud and Infernal Rifts will be getting some interesting additions to their systems. The Cloud Dragon map effect, for example, will now give 35 percent out-of-combat movement speed in wind areas, which could cause teams to prioritize Cloud Dragons for extra roaming power.
The Cloud Dragon will also cause Scryer’s Bloom plants to spawn outside of base gates and near tri-bush. Infernal Rift, on the other hand, will now spawn a Blast Cone plant near the Gromp camp and outside of the base gates. No other changes were added, though.
Ghost is getting a big buff in Patch 10.12, much to the chagrin of some players. Now, the summoner spell will grant 20 to 40 percent movement speed but no longer needs to ramp up. Additionally, takedowns will add four to seven seconds of extra time to the spell’s duration.
Guardian’s range, on the other hand, will be increased substantially from 175 to 350. The trigger conditions have also been changed so that a player must take 75 to 200 damage in the last 2.5 seconds. The shield has been increased to 80 to 200, too.
Predator’s cooldown will be decreased by a large amount, but its damage will be reduced significantly as well. Players with Predator will have to use the rune as a gap closer and chaser but will need to rely more on their base damage and item spikes to take down enemies.
Unflinching and Approach Velocity are also set to get some good buffs, while Taste of Blood will have its own buff bar icon to track its cooldown.
Patch 10.12 will hit the live servers on June 10.