The reworked League of Legends Event Pass, also the last phase of the Mythic Content Overhaul appears to have been delayed even more. Riot is intending to debut it at the Worlds 2022 tournament
Riot announced the Mythic Content Overhaul in three phases earlier this year. Mythic Essence, which replaced Gemstones and Prestige Points, was introduced in the first phase. A Rotating Mythic Shop and new themed Mythic skins were also added for fans. In phase 2, Riot provided Showcase and Masterwork Milestones.
Prestige 2.0, which implies new prestige skins that are more than simply a golden chroma, is also included in phase two.
Up till now, Riot has released at least one Prestige skin for every 2, 3 patches in 2022. They surely appear better than previous skins, with entirely distinct and new splash art than non-prestige ones.
Mythic Content Overhaul phase 3: Event Pass
Event Passes will begin to seem more recognizable to players who have played games using battle passes in phase 3 and also in the final phase of the Mythic Content Overhaul. Riot is redesigning their event passes to resemble regular battle passes. These event passes will provide players with reward tracking where they may play games and earn XP to advance.
As a result, you will need to play games in order to obtain various rewards. Though fans anticipated the introduction of the pass with the Star Guardian 2022 event, phase 3 appears to be postponed until the end of the year.
The event pass update will be implemented in the last few final months of this year, according to Riot KenAdamsNSA, Product Lead of Events in League of Legends. Riot KenAdamsNSA also states that it will be released in accordance with the Worlds 2022 tournament.
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