League of Legends player behavior is one of the issues the community is most concerned about. It is well known that the attitude of a single player can significantly affect the enjoyment of other members of his team, or even the opposing team. It's a hard thing to avoid, but Riot Games hasn't always done its best to do it. A situation that they hope to resolve during the year by modifying their approach: while continuing to punish those who do not have an acceptable attitude, they will endeavor to reward exemplary players .
An exclusive skin for exemplary members of the community
The first measure taken by Riot Games to encourage players to adopt good behavior will be to distribute a free skin. They will arrive at the rate of one per year, similar to the War Hero skins that are given out to all players who reach Gold Rank IV at the end of the season. Of course, in this case, there will be no obligation to reach a certain MMR, but rather the goal will be to have reached the maximum level of honor. Gray Warwick and Medieval Twitch skins will still be available, but tokens that spawn in Honor 5 capsules can now be exchanged for an exclusive skin.
For the current season, the skin chosen is Malzahar with three Honors (name subject to change). Riot Games did not want to go into detail, show it in game or reveal the effects its abilities will have. However, the developer has revealed the concept art shown in the photo above. Of course, the cosmetic will only be available through the good behavior reward system and will not be available for cash sale in the future. It is unknown at this time whether its presence in the Honor Shop will be limited to a certain period or indefinite.
While seeing us rewarded for our in-game behavior is a great first step, it's not the only measure Riot Games is experimenting with. The developer is working on new features such as a tool that evaluates in-game chat in real time and avoids exposing players to inappropriate feedback . There will also be other new features such as the ability to report bad behavior from teammates and opponents during gameplay. All of the additions are pretty cool, and it looks like Season 13 could see some big changes to the how League of Legends player behavior is moderated.
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