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League of Legends patch 13.2 and Ahri ASU might be delayed due to a social engineering attack at Riot Games

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On January 21, 2023, Riot Games, the developers of League of Legends revealed that the company suffered a social engineering attack earlier this week.

For this reason, the internal development process of the company has been severely affected. The situation is such that the PBE version of League of Legends has completely broken down.

This could result in the delay of various patches, especially 13.2, which includes a number of changes and the highly anticipated Ahri ASU.It is unclear how long it will take to fix the problem, but Riot Games has confirmed that they will continue to work and try to release the pending content as soon as possible.League of Legends patch 13.2 consists of the ADC changes, which are expected to bring a major shift to the meta.

Several champions are also getting buffs and nerfs.Jax's VFX update and Ahri ASU are also part of patch 13.2. Unfortunately, on account of the social engineering attack, all of these changes cannot be pushed at once on January 27, 2023.The developers have confirmed that the ADC changes, as well as the buffs and nerfs for champions, can be hotfixed into the live servers.

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