ARURF mode is available on League of Legends PBE servers. ARURF will be available for all players on patch 13.1, which is scheduled for January 12, 2023.
ARURF, or All Random Ultra Rapid Fire, is a Featured Game Mode in League of Legends. Unlike in URF, where players choose their own champion, champions are allocated to them at random in ARURF, akin to League's ARAM.
Riot Games has stated that ARURF will be the next rotating game mode in League of Legends, despite the fact that there was no game mode in the Winter event, which broke all player hopes of seeing a new game mode.
Here is everything you need to know about champion changes in ARURF mode in 2022:
- +300 ability haste, summoner spell haste, and item haste
- +25% tenacity
- +60 movement speed
- Bonus attack speed is doubled on ranged champions, 1.5 times for melee champions
- If you’re a mana champ: Bonus mana is converted to HP (40% rate), and bonus mana regen is converted to HP (100% rate)
Here are some non-champion and and jungle changes you should know about:
- Mana and Energy consumption reduced by 100%
- Smite - Charge rate reduced to 30 seconds from 75 seconds. Cooldown between charges reduced to 10 seconds from 15 seconds.
- Teleport is disabled
- Baron Nashor’s initial spawn time is on 10 minutes
- Dragon’s initial spawn time is on 4 minutes
- Currently, the highest level cap you can reach in URF is level 30
- Early Surrender rework is also applicable
ARURF is played on the Summoner's Rift, and champions are randomly given to you. However, if you're lucky enough, you can select the best ARURF champions.
There will be no substantial champion changes, like there were last time. However, earlier improvements made to accommodate the preseason item overhaul should be included on this year's ARURF.