Riot Games adds multi-factor auth, a new champion to League of Legends, muted words feature to Valorant

Riot Games announced that they are adding multi-factor authentication to league of legends, which means players will now have a second option in the game’s client besides creating an account and logging in with their username/password. The new champion Valorant has also been added to League of Legends as part of the company’s “Gameplay Updates” for November 2018. Lastly, we got word Riot is testing out a feature that allows players to mute certain words when playing on voice chat.


Riot Games has been making headlines this week for its online games, with multiple stories coming out of the company. Let’s have a look at what we’re looking at:

Riot’s games will support multi-factor authentication. Thanks to Riot’s recent release of multi-factor authentication technologies, players may now add an additional layer of protection to their accounts. “We realize you’ve put a lot of time and effort into your account, and we want to make sure that it’s safe from any dangers.” “You’ll be securing your password, payment information, and, of course, your champions and collections” by activating MFA, according to the statement.

Zeri: The Zaun Spark has arrived. The League of Legends roster has been bolstered by the addition of an enthralling new champion. Her name is Zeri: The Spark of Zaun, and she’s a character who’s designed to feel like an FPS character; in fact, she began out as a pistol.

Valorant hears muffled speech. Speaking of FPS games, Valorant’s most recent update includes the opportunity for players to contribute a list of terms to a silenced list, which will be used by the game’s developers to improve automatic chat filtering. Changes to the Ares weapon and melee have also been introduced in this release.

Riot has filed a lawsuit against a “knock-off” of Teamfight Tactics. Finally, we’ll report that Riot is suing Vietnamese company Imba Network for their game I Am Hero: AFK Tactical Teamfight, which Riot alleges is a “knock-off” of their auto-battler Teamfight Tactics. For each instance of copyright violation, Riot is seeking $150,000.


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