Hecarim has a lot of potential to become the strongest Jungler at Worlds 2022.
On the eve of Worlds 2022, Riot Games has decided to include some upgrades for Ghosts of War in the last 12.17 version. This change is intended to make Hecarim stronger to return to the professional arena, and to make him a strong Fighter in the Forest area.
However, Riot Games’ adjustments this time were a bit strong when making Hecarim rise to become a Jungler in tier A+ in the last version. Not only that, at the Ranked levels from Master and above, Ghost of War achieved a win rate of 53.97% and a ban rate of up to 61.74% – impressive numbers for Hecarim at all tiers. this rating (according to lolalytics). This proves that Hecarim in the hands of highly qualified players will maximize efficiency and lead their team to victory.
This champion, after being adjusted, has become extremely diverse, Hecarim now has a good amount of resistance when turning on Battle of Souls (W), then thanks to a large amount of movement speed to sweep the fight with Huge and continuous damage from Sweeping (Q). Hecarim’s gameplay is not too difficult to master, but it is very effective, making Ghost of War seem to have no hardcore at the moment.
It can be said that Hecarim is currently one of the “unbalanced” champions in League of Legends. Therefore, there have been many players criticized for their “excessive” upgrade move.
One of the most noticeable complaints came from IWDominate – a well-known streamer in the League of Legends village who spoke out to represent a large number of fans that Riot Games was a bit over the top in this upgrade for Hecarim.
Most early players feel that Riot is creating an unbalanced Hecarim and facing this champion is a very bad experience for them.
Broxah, the former jungler of the Fnatic team, also expressed his dissatisfaction with Hecarim’s dominance in League of Legends. In the match, the Phantom of War in Broxah’s hand had a spectacular 1v5 screen that ended with a Pentakill phase. It is worth mentioning here that despite being quite pale, the fact that a champion can weigh 5 in the first 15 minutes of the game is unacceptable in League of Legends.
Broxah used Hecarim 1v5 and got Pentakill in the first 15 minutes of the game
Recently in version 12.18, Riot Games has made some moves to reduce the power of Hecarim to prepare for Worlds 2022. Let’s look forward to the performance of the Ghost of War in the upcoming professional tournaments. Game4V will continuously update information about the most attractive League of Legends tournament on the planet to readers as soon as possible.
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