The Chemtech Drake has been a hot topic in the League of Legends community since its introduction. Riot Games is now reacting and temporarily removing it from the game.
At the launch of the recent League of Legends pre-season, several changes and new features including the Hextech and Chemtech drakes were made in November 2021. Shortly after the release of the Chemtech Drake, players criticized the soul buff and the field effect. On Monday, the dragon was retired indefinitely.
Riot Games has not yet indicated when the dragon will return to the game. Following feedback received on social media and in polls, the developer has decided to temporarily disable the Chemtech Drake, the Soul associated with it as well. than the camouflage terrain in League of Legends. In its statement on removing the dragon, Riot also talked about its future in the MOBA.
The dragon should only be unavailable for a while. The development team wants to solve the problems of the current version by reworking the monster. Particular emphasis should be placed on the ground. Riot Games officials always aim to create the best Summoner’s Rift possible.
We heard your feedback and we are going to deactivate the Chemtech Drake 👀.
– League of Legends (@LeagueOfLegends) January 24, 2022
The controversial Chemtech Drake has only been available for a few weeks in the competitive field, but his withdrawal there will nevertheless leave its mark and influence. The LEC announced on Monday that the dragon will also be deactivated from next weekend in the European premier class.