league of legends
League of Legends’ AI bot roster has gotten a large overhaul in the last few patches. First they went from seven to 40 bots, with added difficulty levels and Dominion mode support in Co-op vs. AI. Now, they bring some of that to custom games for those who want a more relaxed experience (guilty!). How does it fare?
This is the first of what should be an ongoing series of game recounts with Omega and myself. Omega, for those not aware, is part of AA Gaming Hub’s staff. He assists in game testing and specializes in RTS and FPS games.
League of Legends players who play primarily Co-op vs. AI can look forward to a greatly expanded experience soon, for Riot Games is preparing to unleash the Bot Army.
I finally had time to try the new League of Legends mode, Dominion yesterday. Unfortunately it was pretty frantic and I didn’t snap any pictures so I had to use a stock screenshot for this article. I intended to attend as Tristana but accidentally chose Nunu (long story short: I was debating before I chose which one to pick and confused myself), which as it turns out was a good thing. I hadn’t played Nunu in quite some time so there was a brief, “what does he do again?” period before I settled into his rotation. It’s a good thing Nunu’s tough enough to endure some learning pains.