League of Legends has been going strong for more than ten years. Launching in 2009, the MOBA has certified itself as one of the giants in the video games industry. One of the reasons this is the case is that the Riot Games’ title is always updated with new content via its preseasons and subsequently, seasons.
Prior to seasons getting underway, the developers take the time to implement preseasons. Here, players can begin getting acclimated to everything that’s new for the upcoming year. Some of these preseasons tend to be drastic, introducing a wide array of changes that take some time to get used to. However, for Season 13, players won’t have to worry about relearning the game completely, although it’ll still be a major change.
That being said, here’s when the League of Legends Preseason 2023 starts.
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When does League of Legends Preseason 2023 start?
The League of Legends Preseason 2023 starts on Wednesday, November 16, 2022. Players will have around three months to playtest all of the brand-new changes coming in the preseason until the next season begins.
There is still no information regarding Season 13’s launch, however, we can expect the new season to go live in early January 2023. Going by past season launches, Riot normally starts the season the second week of January.
Other than that, here’s a summary of what to expect from the League of Legends Preseason 2023.
- Return of Chemtech Drake
- Jungle Changes
- Jungle Pets
- Camp Range
- Buff Sharing
- Communication Changes
- Additions to the Ping Wheel
- Vision and Warding Changes
- Ability Recommendation Additions
- Top Lange Changes
- Increase to XP
- New Items
- Changes to Old Items
All of this and more will be available once the 2023 preseason launches.