League Of Legends is a true gaming legend, as it gathered 115 million online players until 2019. Available for PC and macOS, the game was developed and published by Riot Games, as the company draw inspiration from the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne mod Defense of the Ancients.
The game mode Nexus Blitz is coming back to League of Legends in the upcoming summer event. The mode has been through some significant changes, so we’re glad to present to you what you can expect from it as soon as you start playing.
Brand new look
The official Twitter account of League Of Legends has put it simply:
“Nexus Blitz heads back to the PBE with an all-new look plus new events and rewards to brawl over!”
Nexus Blitz is the experimental mode of League Of Legends, as Riot itself claims. The game mode adds party mini-games into the regular game, bringing 1v1 duels, boss fights, and more.
The events are numerous, and we are glad to reveal them for you below:
- Bardle Royale (Classic)
- Bardle Royale (Paranoia)
- Bardle Royale (Juggernaut)
- URF Deathmatch
- Loot Teemo
- Loot Veigar
- Push the Cart (Classic)
- Push the Cart (Attack / Defend)
- Protect the Soraka
- DPS Check
Although there’s no set date for the come-back of Nexus Blitz on live servers, we can assume that it will come out when League Patch 10.14 arrives on July 8. However, Nexus Blitz is already live on the PBE for extended testing.
If you didn’t play League Of Legends yet, there’s good to know that the system requirements are not high at all. For the recommended configuration, you’ll just need 4GB of RAM, a 3GHz processor, and an Nvidia GeForce 8800 / AMD Radeon HD 5670 for the video card with dedicated memory of at least 512MB.