Riot adjusting framework for how champions are considered overpowered in League of Legends

It seems like Riot’s standards for OP champs are changing.

League of Legends lead gameplay designer Mark “Scruffy” Yetter discussed changes to Riot’s OP line in today’s Dev Corner post. The framework is used to determine whether a champion is overpowered and needs to be nerfed based on their win and ban rates.

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“The Summoner’s Rift Team has a small but hopefully meaningful set of changes that we’ve been testing this year and are using going forward,” Scruffy said. “For both normal and skilled play, we’re tightening the OP line a bit after looking back at the full year (2019) and seeing that we trended towards buffs over nerfs.”

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