League of Legends was quickly thrown into chaos on Feb. 6 after a glitch reverted each Patch 13.1B change initially shipped onto stay servers. Riot Games has since solved the shock reversion subject, reloading the late January patch again into the sport and re-enabling ranked and draft picks throughout the board.
Almost instantly after Patch 13.1B disappeared at this time, League ranked queues throughout the globe had been disabled, suggesting Riot techs had been already on the job.
Less than an hour later, Riot confirmed a rogue League bug had rolled your entire Patch 13.1B add again quickly, eradicating greater than two dozen champion, merchandise, rune, and map adjustments. The devs instantly disabled entry to all aggressive queues and commenced work on restoring the Jan. 26 replace.
While the repair was underway, solely Blind Pick queue was out there.
“We are currently working on a solution,” the League techs stated on the title’s official Twitter account simply after 5pm CT at this time. “Thank you for your patience.”
In impact, League was caught two weeks prior to now for a number of hours. In explicit, a horde of ADCs like Ashe, Caitlyn, Kai’Sa, Lucian, and Xayah, amongst others, misplaced their headlining mana adjustments, whereas 23 objects from Black Cleaver to Navori Quickblades had been reverted again to their authentic Season 13 launch states.
According to Riot Ray Yonggi, who addressed the bug on Discord, the error arose as a result of 13.1B was a “hacky” replace. When the League devs started staging Patch 13.3 onto the servers forward of its launch this week, the 13.1B occasion was overwritten.
Several Season 13 adjustments that had been shipped between Patches 13.1 and 13.1B, together with a Fimbulwinter well being improve and a handful of small Rammus buffs, had been nonetheless out there on stay League servers.
The glitch additionally impacted Teamfight Tactics, which was rolled again to its 13.1 B-patch. The Riot autobattler has been on a 13.1 C-patch since late January.
Read: Riot compelled to disable TFT Set 8 Ranked over patch rollback bug
This unusual League patch reversion provides to what has already been fairly a tough few weeks for Riot with reference to its flagship MOBA recreation.
On Jan. 20, the heavyweight studio admitted it had been hit by a “social engineering attack” which threw the League and TFT schedules out of whack. Patch 13.2 was pivoted into 13.1B—the identical one which simply disappeared for a number of hours—and Riot warned gamers the subsequent few updates could miss their launch dates. At the time of writing, the Feb. 6 revert just isn’t anticipated to influence 13.3’s launch.
Read: Here are the early League of Legends Patch 13.3 patch notes
Update Feb. 6, 8.40pm CT: A repair has been rolled out and League Patch 13.2B adjustments reloaded onto League servers forward of Patch 13.3’s launch on Wednesday.