Riot have brought back ARURF for the weekend to make up for Clash mode being cancelled due to bugs
- After crashing on the OCE server, Clash’s first weekend was cancelled worldwide
- ARURF hasn’t been playable since the Snow Battle version during last Christmas
- Riot say there could be some bugs in ARURF with the new runes and champions
This weekend was supposed to be the grand debut of League of Legends’ highly anticipated, Clash mode.However, due to technical issues Riot were forced to cancel the first week so that they could try to solve the issues.
The OCE server were the first to use the mode but most teams were unable to join to their lobbies. Later that day, Riot slowly announced that each region would also have to cancel their Clash tournaments for the same reasons.
In an attempt to apologise to fans, Riot have announced that the fan favourite ARURF mode will be making a surprise appearance worldwide this weekend so that LoL players who cleared their schedule for Clash still have something to do.
Riot have brought ARURF back this weekend after Clash was cancelled due to technical issues
Riot have said in the past that they only bring out on URF on rare occasions because it actually leads to a drop in player numbers. Making this a nice surprise for the otherwise disappointed LoL players.
ARURF is the beloved URF mode we all know and love but everyone is given a completely random champion. We haven’t seen the mode since last Christmas and that was only a limited version of the mode which only included champions that had winter-themed skins.
With new champions and runes coming out since then, Riot have warned that there could be some bugs or heavily abusable strategies in the mode – especially as the development team haven’t recently tested the mode. If there is anything especially broken, we can expect to see some champions or runes disabled for the mode.
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