With multiplayer, ARAM mode has a lot of problems to solve. For example, on the League of Legends subreddit, many people have raised some complaints about some of the changes.
It’s been over a month since Riot Games apply the latest changes to the mode ARAM of League of Legends – which has been the main game mode for casual players since its inception in 2012. From new terrain to bushes and Hexgate to fast travel, there are many adjustments that players need to get used to.
However, for many players, ARAM mode has a lot of problems to solve. For example, on the subreddit of League of Legends, Players have raised some complaints about some of the changes, including new terrain created by turrets after collapsing, along with an unbalanced respawn timer that makes snowballing to win. Winning becomes much easier.
One of the biggest changes Riot made to the map in ARAM is the broken cylinder terrain, causing half of the lane to be blocked when the first turret is destroyed. While it does add a new element of variety to the game, a lot of players are saying that champions with wide area effects are now stronger than ever thanks to this.
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If the enemy team composition has champions like Anivia or Miss Fortune, these new changes force players to split push hard to secure some kind of damage, unless they don’t split push at all and instead play passively. Turrets also block vision, making it even harder to reach without fear of being jumped by enemies.
The second problem – and arguably the worst – is the extended downtime in game mode punctuated by various changes. Due to the arrival of Hexgate, players who get the first turret have a high chance of success as they can continuously push into the enemy without risking a counterattack.
The downtime is so long that if an enemy gets a kill, they can deal tons of damage to turrets before the player is respawned. By the time their opponent repelled the minion wave, they were respawned and back in the lane in record time thanks to Hexgate. The tug-of-war that many ARAM players are familiar with is dwindling, and as a result, players are moving away from the mode.
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