LoL One for All mode received a balance patch update last Friday
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The League of Legends rotating game mode One for All received a slight balance patch update late last Friday, according to Riot Games. Through the LoL development team Twitter account, the company detailed the specific changes to One for All in a small patch update Monday. The changes were announced along with LoL patch 11.16 which went live last Tuesday, but were not implemented until recently.

LoL One for All champion buffs

The main changes are straight buffs to damage output or the amount of damage specific champions take. No ability or item changes were included in the patch.

Champions that only had damage taken or damage dealt percentages changes include Leblanc, Rammus, Skarner, Xerath and Aurelion Sol. Aurelion Sol, Leblanc and Skarner all had their damage taken percentages decreased across the board. Rammus and Xerath had their damage dealt percentages increased.

The other champions either had both percentages buffed or received buffs to movement speed or healing. The other buffed champions include Thresh, Rengar, Qiyana, Nunu & Willump, Ivern, Elise, Braum, Azir and Alistar.

LoL One for All champion nerfs

The nerf list is much less extensive than the buffs one. Only Graves, Irelia, Kog’Maw and Vayne received changes in this LoL One for All patch. Irelia and Vayne had their damage dealt percentages decreased by 3%. Graves received a 5% increase to his overall damage taken and Kog’Maw was hit in both categories. He received a decrease in damage dealt and an increase in damage taken in the rotating game mode.

The mode will remain in the game until Sept. 13, when the Coven 2021 event ends. The mode may be patched in the next few updates as there are two more patches on the schedule, on Aug. 25 and Sept. 9. For now, One for All remains as the main rotation game mode in LoL as it replaced the Sentinels of Light specific mode, Ultimate Spellbook.

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