The Top lane will receive a massive buff in terms of experience gained in the 2023 Pre-Season.
Most League of Legends players see the Top lane as an isolated island. Here, Resist champions will “play” for the first 20 minutes of the game before they become useful in teamfights. This is also the situation in this area during the past time, so Riot Games decided to make some changes to enhance the role and influence of Top lane in the upcoming matches.
To make the Top lane more prominent in the match, Riot Games will immediately adjust the amount of experience that all three lanes will receive. Starting in the 2023 Pre-Season, solo laners will gain more experience than bot lane champions. This will open the way for Top laners to be able to acquire important skills early in the early game. In addition, Riot also reduced the experience of bot lane to limit the influence of this area when the current meta is too focused on it.
Additionally, minions spawning in the Mid lane before 14 minutes will give the player 1 less gold than before. The new limit at the beginning of this game was applied to the Cannon minions in the Mid lane when the gold received was reduced by 10. In general, the above change will force Mid lane players to save more minion stats and avoid constantly roaming around the map indiscriminately. Looking further, this will slow the pace of the game down so that the champions in the Top lane can accumulate more items before the fight, and wait until they Successfully upgraded the Teleport spell.
These changes will soon appear on the PBE server before being officially released in version 12.22 on November 16. In addition, the 2023 Pre-Season will also come with a series of map and in-game equipment changes. Game4V will continuously update Riot’s new information and changes to readers as soon as possible.
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