Organization of Legends upcoming patch 11.21 will disable a long time attribute in matchmade queues: all chat. Riot is citing an increase in records of misuse over the previous year as the reason for the adjustment.
All chat allows players on both teams to type messages to each other for everybody in the game to see. As you could visualize (or recognize firsthand if you play Organization of Legends), this frequently can degenerate into name-calling and abuse routed at the opposing team or particular players, which isn t specifically an inviting environment. While Riot recognizes that all chat isn t constantly negative, as well as can occasionally cause fun communications between teams, the developer states right now the bad outweighs the good.
We understand this sucks for those of you that just desire to compliment your lane opponent s skin, or request for a dancing celebration in Baron pit, Riot writes. But we think the tradeoff deserves it to cut down on the growing negativeness/ all chat has actually been developing in your video games.
While all chat will be disabled, players can still interact with their teammates in group conversation, and also emotes as well as champion proficiencies, in addition to CTRL +1/ 2/3/4 spam, will still be enabled. End of Video game chat will still be cross-team. Riot recognizes that group chat is commonly a source of abuse as well, but is keeping the feature made it possible for as it can play an essential role in team coordination.
We ll review the effect of this adjustment via verbal misuse reports as well as fine prices, as well as studies as well as direct responses from you all, Trouble writes.
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