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League of Legends - ARAM is Getting Hexgates

Published: 08:36, 15 November 2022
Riot Games
League of Legends - Hextech Drake that is taking Bard's job away
League of Legends - Hextech Drake that is taking Bard's job away

ARAM is a game mode played in a single lane, so teleporting champions are not really useful on it. Hexgates, on the other hand, will get you to the fight sooner, so those get a pass.

ARAM, the acronym for All Random All Mid, is a supported PvP game mode in League of Legends . Upon entering champion selection, ten summoners, five on each team, randomly summon a champion from their available pool of champions, and Riot Games are now making some changes to it.

These changes are all part and parcel of the Preseason 2023 changes and are geared towards diversifying the game mode, so as to not make it too boring for players.

A lot of the fun in ARAM happens when you’re grouped together with your team facing down your opponents, slowly poking them down, prepping your wombo combos, or just engaging in a messy 5v5.

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In order to increase the amount of time players spend engaging in these fights Riot are adding Hexgates to the Howling Abyss so you can get back into the action faster!

Hexgates will be present from the beginning of the game and will teleport you directly from your Nexus to your outer tower.

Once your first tower is destroyed, the Hexgate will then link to your team’s inhibitor tower where it will then stay for the rest of the game, setting your team up for some fun flanking plays or crazy back doors.

And yes, you can use your enemy’s Hexgate. Which is interesting, to say the least.


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