Inactive / all chats to League of Legends to improve the experience.

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Riots announced today that it would deactivate talks between the opposition. League of Legends In the next update of the games, the teams will discuss how to reduce the toxicity that is often present in these conversations.

The development team explained, “Although / all chats can be a source of fun social interaction between teams as well as some good hearted ones. An official blog post. Attributed to Game Director Andre “Medler” Wayne Rowan and Gameplay Producer Jeremy “Bright Moon” Lee. “We will review the effects of this change through oral abuse reports and sentencing rates, as well as surveys and your most direct feedback.”

League of Legends Players were previously able to toggle / turn all chats on and off, but the feature was enabled by default, leaving players with the possibility of being bombarded with unwanted messages.

Current plan, Van Rowen explained in detail on Twitter.For the next few patches / all chats have to be left inactive and then the players have to survey for their opinion whether they want to keep the change or go back to the previous system. If the experiences are quite different, the decision may vary by region.

Meet the news. Mixed reactions From League of Legends The community, with many hints that toxic behavior was more of a problem in team chats than interacting with opponents. Some even described moments of friendship, especially between opponents of the same character. But for this type of competitive game it is very important to be able to communicate with allies, team chat will stay with the time.

“We know it’s useless for those of you who just want to compliment the skin of your lane opponents or ask for a dance party at Barron Pitt,” Riot added. “But we think the trade-off is worth it to reduce the growing negative.

League of Legends Patch 11.21 is scheduled for next Wednesday, October 20th.


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