Riot should learn something from Epic Games

Epic Games remove overpowered Infinity Blade from Fortnite
After a negative feedback from the Fortnite community, Epic Games have removed the overpowered weapon dubbed Infinity Blade from the game. The developer said they messed up and released the weapon too soon and without good counters. It looks like Fortnite's Infinity Blade is not so infinite after all.
Fortnite's Infinity Blade removed, Epic says it 'messed up' After days of fan outrage, Epic rethinks its strategy toward the item... Seems like Riot could learn a lesson from the company of a highly successful game that stole half of its streamers, of course all of these games are being governed by the same parent company ( Tencent bought a 40 percent stake in Epic at a valuation of about $825 million back when “Fortnite” was still in its early stages of development, and Tencent also owns Clash of Clans, Ubisoft, Supercell, Clash Royale, Rainbow Six Siege, PubG ) ... I have only been playing this game for 2 years and actually believe that it has been the most fun game I have ever played as well as the most tilting thing I have ever continued doing after being provoked to quit several times... maybe if damage is too high all champions and items should have damaged reduced by the same % to completely balance out the whole game...
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