It’s exciting times for League of Legends: Wild Rift fans right now, as patch 3.0a is here, and you can look forward to new content and changes coming to the game throughout the update. As usual, such additions include skins, as well as alterations to gameplay and champion performances.
Firstly, the new skins coming as part of the Wild Rift patch 3.0a update are Dragonslayer Olaf and Infernal Kennen, both of which are available as of February 24. As for champion changes, a few of the characters are being altered. Such champions include Amumu, Camille, Draven, Gragas, Jayce, Katarina, Lee Sin, Morgana, Vayne, and Sett, the latter of which has been an unstoppable force since making his debut.
Typically, champion changes occur when a character is either decimating the competition in a manner that can be deemed unfair, or if they’re trailing so far behind their fellow combatants, it feels like kicking a puppy when you take them out. Sett, for example, is losing a bit of his early game power, meaning his fellow champions might be able to stay in his lane for more than ten seconds.
As for Wild Rift gameplay changes, the haste ability on archangel’s staff is dropping to 20, as is the same skill for seraph’s embrace. Meanwhile, armour penetration for the serrated dirk and edge of night is falling to eight, while it increases to 12 for Youmuu’s ghostblade and umbral glaive.
What are the Wild Rift patch 3.0a free-to-play champion rotations?
Between February 16 and February 20, the free-to-play Wild Rift champions are:
Between February 20 and February 27, the free-to-play Wild Rift champions are:
- Nunu & Willump
If you’re new to the MOBA, and need some help getting started, our League of Legends: Wild Rift guide will help you out. It offers advice on lanes, runes, how to play, and the characters. Or, if you want to learn more about the champions, check out our League of Legends: Wild Rift tier list, where we rank them all.