A finetune for the MP5-SD has quickly followed the rollout of the weapon in a new patch for CS:GO. Panorama is now in use by default, too.
By Adam Fitch
Patch 8.16 has brought nerfs to Electrocute (and other damage keystones), as well as consequential nerfs to Wukong, Zoe and Tahm Kench.
By Adel Chouadria
In a patch released on Aug. 15, Valve have introduced a new submachine gun into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive: the MP5-SD.
Valve have officially rolled out Panorama onto the live client, as well as introducing four brand new knife models.
By Aleksei Louchnikov
Marksmen rejoice: Riot Games' latest patch for League of Legends, 8.15, has restored marksmen champions' ability to have a mid-game power spike — and more!
Hammond, the Wrecking Ball, has officially exited PTR and joined the roster of Overwatch heroes.
By Radoslav Kolev
Riot Games have brought the hammer down on Teleport's ability to turn games stale, and on funneling strategies' efficiency at all levels of play.
The brand new Panorama UI received updates and patches and is now usable in the live client.
It's finally happening — Panorama has become available for matchmade games!
By Jay Massaad
Caitlyn, Varus and Tristana are Riot Games' targets for specific buffs that may help them relevance-wise. In the meantime, Taliyah and Nocturne have become slightly less effective.
Last night's update saw Valve update the Beta Depot for Panorama UI, slightly improving the experience of players in-game.
Aeon disk, Beastmaster, and Io nerfed. Big buffs to Sniper, Earthshaker, and Tiny.
By Jesper Bergeskans
Valve have revealed the highly-anticipated Panorama UI, offering users the chance to experience the new interface in beta.
Valve recently unveiled a brand new patch for CS:GO, addressing the CZ75a, adjusting the M4A1-S and reworking de_Mirage.
With the season coming to an end soon, Valve has switched their focus to mostly balance tweaks in preparation for The International 2018.
By Artyom Kutateladze
Following a short period in beta, the Nuke adjustments and neck hitbox changes have been implemented on the live client of CS:GO.
Valve recently unveiled a new patch on the Beta servers, where they adjusted neck hitboxes and made various changes to de_Nuke.
Bounty Runes now spawn every 5 minutes and give gold to the entire team, while tower denies remove all gold along with a few other changes.
Riot Games are following through on community feedback, toning down some of the changes they initially planned for the jungle in Patch 8.10.
Riot Sotere took to the boards to highlight significant jungle experience gain tweaks to reduce early-game impact, and Rift Herald changes that could change the way teams approach the early game.
Baron Nashor and Rift Herald, Attack Damage centric items and champions and shutdown bounty are on Riot Games' radar for Patch 8.9, 8.10 and 8.11.
Players have until Patch 8.9 to experience the glitchy interaction between Guinsoo's Rageblade and Jhin's kit - not that they should.
EPICENTER XL will be testing out a variety of balance adjustments as soon as tomorrow, April 27. Changes will touch heroes, items and a block of creep-wave pulling.
Riot Games' Lead Gameplay Designer, Meddler, noted that input buffering will be live on 8.10 (rather than 8.9) and that Syndra's Q bonus is set for a revert.
Patch 8.8 has been out for less than three days, and LeBlanc had already broken Summoners' Rift. In addition, Xayah and Varus had some undocumented changes added to the patch notes.