Riot Decides To Alter Course On Disabling “/All” Chat In League Of Legends Matchmade Queues…Maybe

League Of Legends All Chat Test

Earlier this month, Riot Games announced plans to disable all chat in League of Legends matchmade queues in an effort to cull toxicity within the sport. On the time, they deliberate to disable it throughout the board. Nevertheless, it appears not all gamers have been down with this explicit concept and now Riot is taking a unique strategy.

In keeping with the 11.21 patch notes posted today, Riot can be testing the removing of /all chat in choose areas. This resolution was based mostly on the truth that the response to the unique announcement was totally different in numerous areas. Subsequently, they determined to check it in areas the place folks gave the impression to be cooler with the thought. The take a look at will start on November 21 and run for 2 days. Throughout this time, gamers will nonetheless have entry to /all in customized video games.

As soon as the take a look at is over, Riot will consider its affect utilizing verbal abuse studies, penalty charges, surveys, and common suggestions. After which, all may stay disabled as is, have changes made to this disable, or simply be turned again on. The changes will even be made on a regional foundation.

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