League of Legends

What Time Does League of Legends Patch 11.15 Go Live?

Patch 11.15 for League of Legends is likely to release on schedule for July 21. | Photo by Riot Games
Patch 11.15 for League of Legends is likely to release on schedule for July 21. | Photo by Riot Games

Patch 11.15 for League of Legends is soon approaching and will have a small number of adjustments for champions on its deadline of the projected July 21 release.

What Time Does League of Legends Patch 11.15 Go Live?

Another patch Wednesday is coming and Patch 11.15 will serve as a polishing to some of the champions that have remained irrelevant after a few patches or slightly overpowered. However, this doesn't extend to only champions as one of the newest items in the game, Hullbreaker, will be receiving a buff to its resists as it will go from 25-45 to 25-60.

Whether or not that it will redefine the current meta is questionable, however, the added resists to the item may just bring a few more viable picks for the top lane in particular. Prepare for the incoming possibility of the split pushing top laners like Jax or Nasus that can also deal an insane amount of damage if not kept in check for the entire game.

One of the largest adjustments to champions is going to directly affect Blitzcrank and how strong he may be if players can manage to land his Rocket Grab (Q) ability on enemy players. He will be buffed for the upcoming patch in which the damage for his Rocket Grab will increase significantly from 70-270 with an added 100% ability power to 90-290 with an added 120% AP. If that didn't make the early game easy enough for Blitzcrank, the balance team has also increased his base armor from 37 to 40.

As for some other tweaking of champions, Rumble will also have some fixes on bugs that have been showing up, especially towards his Heat Decay and Overheat. On top of that, since the release of the Dr. Mundo update, Riot Games developers will be looking into what may be wrong with the champion while in the game and will take this patch in order to investigate him further.