League of Legends 13.8 cycle is coming to an end soon, so there is enough data to draw conclusions about the ongoing meta.
League of Legends 13.8 cycle is coming to an end soon, so there is enough data to draw conclusions about the ongoing meta. With details of Patch 13.9 already circulating, it’s now time to look at what the future might hold for some Champions – especially those who might struggle in the ranks of the Solo Queue.
While most wrestling champions are relatively niche picks, one wrestling champion was a fairly popular pick through 13.8, especially in the high ELO. Aphelios has one of the lowest patch win rates, with 47.25 percent across all ranks, and U.gg according to
If we take a closer look at Aphelios’ performance, we can see that Champion’s win rate (relative to Platinum + ELO) is still a staggeringly low 46.78%. The hero’s win rate is even more apparent when you consider that it has a pick rate of 9.8 percent, which is the 15th highest among all the heroes in the game. Aphelios is the sixth most popular AD Carry on the list. For reference, the most popular pick, Jinx, has a win rate of over 51 percent.
Most of the champions with low win rates are those who play out of position. Miss Fortune has the lowest win rate among Platinum+ players as a support, at 43.29%, according to U.gg. It is closely followed by middle Isreal, Zed Forest and higher Cain.
There are currently no buffs or nerfs in Update 13.9, and the Hero will not be affected by the balance changes in the upcoming patch.
Have you read this yet?
Defeat the LEET staff and take home uRage prizes – we look forward to seeing you at Spring MondoCon!
“Communicator. Total coffee buff. Tv fan. Passionate twitter aficionado. Amateur bacon geek. Devoted internet expert. Avid analyst.”
You may also like
A recently discovered brain mechanism has been linked to anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder
In two weeks, Pegasus’ voyage will be complete
Diablo IV is getting at least two major expansions
How long will the new supernova last in the night sky?
Microsoft Education has brought about a change in attitude towards school – Microsoft Hungary