Although the League of Legends 10.21 Patch went live just last week, it looks as if the next update is arriving very soon.
Here's what we know about Patch 10.22.
League of Legends lead gameplay designer Mark Yetter took to Twitter to highlight what is coming in Patch 10.22.
10.22 Early Patch Notes
Going off the Tweet, this is what is arriving in terms of the Champion Changes:
With the ability of Molten Shield (E) to be cast to her allies - offering a 3-second shield, with decreased damage, expect to see plenty of Annie and Tibbers in the bot lane.
Riot has increased Brand's passive explosion damage to 12-16% (1.5% per 100 AP) from 10-14% (2% per 100 AP), making him a fearful opponent.
Changes include Conflagration (E) being spread to nearby enemies, making it easier to stun with his Sear (Q).
Also, his ultimate Pyroclasm (R) can now bounce to Brand himself. He will no longer rely on enemy crowds to secure kills because the buff will allow him to win a 1-v-1 duel.
Currently, Nasus' Fury of the Sands (R) requires incremental resistance build-up over time.
The upcoming change will remove that and immediately give Nasus increased bonus resistances to 40/55/70 from 15/35/55.
Ashe will have a different amount of arrows based on level (7-11) as opposed to a fixed amount of nine arrows for her Volley (W).
Watch out for Ashe, become all the more difficult to fight against because of her wider area for her damage.
Jinx's Flame Chompers! (E) will deal instant full damage as opposed to damage over 1.5 seconds.
This adjustment is not as massive as the others because players rarely max this ability nor get kills from her chompers.
Patch 10.22 Release Date
With League of Legends Patches following a strict release schedule - the next patch is expected on Wednesday, 28 October.
Check back with us for the lowdown when the patch is released!