LoL Patch 13.4 Release Date - date, time, details, and more

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League of Legends patch 13.4 has had the full patch notes revealed by Riot Games.

And now, the official release date has been noted by Riot Games in their official patch schedule.

As Riot release LoL updates regularly, their schedule is usually pretty accurate and gives solid information.

However, a recent cyber-attack has slowed down updates a little. But, this has all been resolved.

This update is focussing on the differences between long-range and melee supports and also scaling with jungle champions.

So, let's look at the release date and time for patch 13.4 in League of Legends and what players should expect from this.

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League of Legends Patch 13.4 Release Date

The upcoming LoL update will be released on February 23 2023.

This means that the usual two-week schedule for updates will be back on track after the recent cyber-attack.

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Riot is very communicative about patch delays or content, and as we haven't heard otherwise, this is good news!

With the focus on long-ranged supports and scaling junglers, this will surely shake up the meta for the game.


Release Time for LoL Patch 13.4

League of Legends updates usually falls around the same time every two weeks.

However, this does look different depending on your time zone.

Here are some of the release times with some popular time zones included.

  • 3 am PT (NA)
  • 5 am GMT (EU West)
  • 3 am CET (EU North East)
  • 8 am KR (Korea)

READ MORE: LoL Patch Schedule for 2023 - release dates for every patch

What to Expect in the New LoL Patch?

A total of 20 champions will be buffed or nerfed in the upcoming patch for the game.

Riot has discussed their focus on adjusting ranged supports to better match closer-range fights in the bottom lane.

Additionally, they are also looking at how jungle champions will scale and managing how much scaling is needed.

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