League of Legends PBE Update Brings Back Shurelya's Reverie
For those of you who have checked out the recent 8.4 update in League of Legends, chances are you’ve already noticed the triumphant return of the Twin Shadows. For those who haven’t, what are you waiting for? Now while Twin Shadows’ return is indeed a welcome one, the merriment doesn’t stop there. League of Legends is going the extra mile and is reintroducing Shurelya’s Reverie! That’s right, the legendary finished item that has been absent from LoL is back! Whether it does so with a vengeance or not, we’ll just have to wait and see as it is still in the Public Beta Environment.
Here’s what we know about it so far.
You Can’t Get Enough of a Good Thing
Why bring back something you removed in the first place? The answer’s simple. The people want it. Why shouldn’t they? With its penchant for quick positioning both for the initiator and its teammates, it gives players good leverage in the game. Shurelya’s Reverie is indeed a treat that players will welcome back with open arms. That said, it will look slightly different from the last time you saw it in-game. Piqued your curiosity yet?
They’re Going the PBE Route
As mentioned earlier, this return is only in the PBE setting—for now. Be that as it may, Summoners are still sure to be excited with the prospect. In this way, Riot Games can quickly iron out any kinks should they be discovered. A smart move that should prove to be a win-win situation for everyone invested in the League of Legends world, especially considering they have pulled Shurelya’s Reverie off the game in the past. By taking this route, Shurelya’s Reverie should be as perfect as can be by the time the 8.5 or 8.6 updates roll around.
What it Means for Summoners
One question, however, still begs to be answered: What exactly does the return of Shurelya’s Reverie mean for Summoners? For one, supports will give teams the familiar advantage to fight quicker or even lend timely aid for escaping allies if the situation calls for it. Just like any legendary item, however, Shurelya’s Reverie is going to cost you something to the tune of 2100g. You’ll need a recipe of Kindlegem with Aether Wisp and 450g. The result, however, is well worth the price you must pay as you gain an additional +40 in AP and +200 in Health. On top of that, you get +10% Cooldown Reduction, +8 Movement Speed, and +40 Movement Speed for you and nearby allies for a total of three seconds (with a one-minute cooldown).
Just as it is with any other update still in the beta phase, much of its success will depend on the reception it will receive from the gaming public. Ultimately, how Summoners respond to it in the PBE setting will most likely determine its fate. So, if you have any suggestions, feedbacks, or even violent reactions, now’s the time to let the folks at Riot Games know. Do so while you still have the time or forever hold your tongue.
Will this be a successful comeback or is it merely an update that won’t make it past the beta realm? For the answers, we’ll have to wait and see. A penny for your thoughts—what do you think? Let us know by hitting us up in the comments section!
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