What a time. You've read the sites, you've seen the devblogs , you've heard the announcements. Preseason is finally upon us. So what's on the docket for us this year? Well, to be frank, a little bit ofeverything. We're looking to make every game of League feels unique, and that means going the distance to make sure your decisions matter.
I just realized I've been linking the OCE patch notes. Hah. Anyway...
You've survived the patch notes.
You've read the dev blogs.
**You've played a few games in the preseason!** *And you didn't forget your masteries*.
We're going to be chilling in the dev corner this week to talk about any of the preseason changes coming in the patch. Hopefully by tomorrow you'll also have a few games under your belt.
Also: *you're not here to pose opinions as questions.*
**What's a Dev Corner?**
This is a place where League of Legends developers can share thoughts, questions, and retrospectives on all things to do with the game. Please keep discussions focused on the topics at hand - we'll be pretty firm about attempts at hijacking top comments with unrelated content. The plan with the Dev Corner is to pilot various types of communication, ranging from open office hours to 'state of the game' essays. Every month, we'll have 'open forum' style discussions to talk about future ideas. In the future we'll have a calendar up!
**Culture & Etiquette**
Don't be an asshole. Seriously. Since this is going to be an experimental environment, we ask that everyone do their best to keep the discussions constructive and respectful. Seek to understand rather than demanding to be convinced, and we will do the same. Our long-term goal is to set up a positive environment for developers to engage in quick, constructed conversations. As always, adhere to the Universal Rules.