League of Legends Patch 10.6 Released: Update To Matchmaking System

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Riot Games’ League of Legends got a new patch. The update is available on PC. Their latest piece, League of Legends Patch 10.6, has added a new and trickier Wukong. Wukong is an update to the matchmaking system so that the games don’t have an equal quantity of Autofilled players. And the third round of jungle has changed to non-jungle champions and a couple more additional system changes to continue helping top laners be more of a threat.

There are some ups and downs in the League of Legends servers, and sometimes it does need some maintenance work to fix it up. If you want any information regarding when the League of Legends servers are down and also working, you can check their twitter handle and website.

League of Legends is an online multiplayer and video game that requires a different strategy. Riot Games made it take part in large doses of competition. Here you can find conflict and a fantastic world filled with the number of champions. League of Legends has various game modes inspired by Defense of the Ancients (Dota). 

Some important patch notes regarding League of Legends Patch 10.6 (LoL 10.6) are mentioned below.

Autofill balance in ranked

Now the Solo/Duo queue matchmaking system will be not creating games where teams do not have the same number of auto-filled players. With this change in League of Legends (LoL 10.6), we will wait a little longer to try and put an auto-filled player on both sides of the match.

While it is not possible to get rid of autofill without making queues time skyrocket but this change might help make games with an auto-filled player feel as fair as possible. 

Jungle Champions

The third round of changes to expand and widen the Jungle Champion pool in League of Legends. You’ll find out that Morgana is getting a specific shift in her that will make her viable in the jungle along with buffs to her leading roles

A quick reminder that for Microsoft Windows and macOS Riot Games’ League of Legends was released on October 27, 2009.