Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b has just arrived, bringing a new champion, new skins, new events, and a lot of balance changes to the game.
In this article, we will cover everything you need to know about Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b, from the new champion Sivir to the item and rune changes. You can also check out the full list of changes in the official patch notes.
Champion Changes of Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b
Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b brings a lot of balance changes to the champions in the game. The developers have nerfed only three champions, while buffing many others. Here are the highlights of the champion changes:
- Hecarim: Riot has nerfed Hecarim’s base stats, making him less durable and dealing slightly less damage with his basic attacks. His ability, Rampage, now deals slightly less damage, and its recast also deals slightly less empowered damage.
- Jinx: Jinx’s Get Excited! ability now grants slightly less movement speed and attack speed bonuses. Her Pow-Pow minigun now gives slightly more bonus attack speed at max stacks, while her Fishbones rocket launcher now deals slightly less damage on target.
- Lulu: Lulu now has less base armor, making her slightly less durable. Her Help, Pix! ability now provides slightly less shield.
- Darius: Riot has increased Hemorrhage’s damage per stack, making it more impactful in fights. Riot has also increased Decimate’s healing, providing Darius with more sustain in combat.
- Ezreal: Riot has increased Ezreal’s base attack damage, making his early game stronger. Riot has also increased Rising Spell Force’s attack speed bonus, enhancing Ezreal’s dueling potential. Riot has also reduced Mystic Shot’s cooldown, making it easier for Ezreal to poke enemies.
- Nunu & Willump: Riot has reduced Consume’s cooldown, allowing Nunu & Willump to clear jungle camps faster. Riot has also increased Consume’s heal, providing Nunu & Willump with more sustain in the jungle. Riot has also increased Absolute Zero’s minimum and maximum damage, making it a more effective ganking tool.
Item Changes of Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b
Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b also brings several changes to the items in the game. Here are the main changes:
- Bloodthirster: Riot has updated its build path to make it more smooth and efficient. It now gives slightly less base AD, but it also adjusts its Bloodsworn bonus to compensate.
- Chempunk Chainsword: Riot has increased its base AD and HP to make it a more appealing purchase. It also gives more ability haste to provide more utility.
- Crystalline Reflector: Riot has increased its base HP to make it a more effective defensive item. It also adds magic penetration to provide more offensive power. Its Mirrored Force now blocks significantly more physical damage.
- Immortal Shieldbow: Riot has increased its Lifeline’s shield to provide more survivability. It also increases its Battle Furor’s physical vamp to provide more sustain.
- Morellonomicon: Riot has slightly increased its price to reflect its added utility. It also adds HP to make it a more balanced item.
- Randuin’s Omen: Riot has slightly decreased its price to make it a more attractive option. It also gives slightly more armor to provide more physical defense. It also increases its Determination’s charge gain to make it more effective against crit-heavy teams.
- Trinity Force: Riot has significantly reduced its price to make it a more cost-efficient item. It also gives more base AD to provide more damage output.
Other Changes of Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b
Below are some other system changes that occurred in Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b.
- Kraken Slayer has received a damage buff, making it a more attractive choice for rune selection. Its damage has been increased from 28~84 + 30% bonus Attack Damage + 20% Ability Power to 30~95 + 40% bonus Attack Damage + 20% Ability Power.
- The Ice Dragon Soul has been buffed, with its true damage bonus increased from 10% to 12% and its slow increased from 40% to 50%. These changes will make it a more valuable objective and put it on par with the other Dragon Souls.
- Riot ID changes are becoming more flexible and accessible. Players can now change their names for free every 90 days, eliminating the need for paid name changes.
Sivir, the Battle Mistress, is a new champion coming to League of Legends: Wild Rift on November 24. She is a fortune hunter and mercenary captain, renowned for her fearless resolve and boundless ambition.
Sivir wields her legendary jeweled crossblade, using it to fight and win battles for those who can afford her exorbitant price. Sivir is sure to be a formidable force in the Wild Rift, and she is sure to shake up the meta.
New Skins and Events
Wild Rift Patch Notes 4.4b brings another round of new cosmetic content and events to Wild Rift. Here are the new additions:
The new event related to Sivir will launch on November 24th, though details are still scarce. Players will be able to earn rewards such as icons, emotes, and blue motes by completing missions and challenges.
Three new skins will be available in the game, featuring different themes and styles. The new skins are:
- Ashen Conqueror Pantheon
- Blood Moon Sivir
- Glorious Armada Olaf
Wild Rift Patch 4.4b is a significant update that brings a lot of new content and changes to the game. With the addition of Sivir, the Battle Mistress, and the various balance changes, the Wild Rift meta is sure to shift. Be sure to experiment with the new champion and strategies to stay ahead of the competition.