LoL: Patch 13.1B temporarily removed following a problem
Following this problem, the game developers hastened to disable all ranked games so that no one can take advantage of it. Immediately, they got to work trying to fix this issue and get players back on track quickly earning valuable LP. Riot Games has also posted a message on its Twitter account to warn the community that everything was being done to get everything in order as soon as possible.
Heads up, due to a bug patch 13.1B has been temporarily rolled back. We are currently working on a solution and expect this to be resolved within the next few hours. Ranked queues have been disabled in the meantime. Thank you for your patience.
— League of Legends (@LeagueOfLegends) February 6, 2023
Ray Williams, better known as Riot Ray Yonggi, spoke on Discord about it, explaining that it was probably due to patch 13.1B being a “hacky micropatch”, in other words a patch deployed shortly after the game suffered a cyberattack. It would have been overwritten by patch 13.3 which was being set up on the servers before its release.
In addition to impacting League of Legends, this bug also impacted Teamfight Tactics. The auto battler type game was also forced to deactivate all its ranked queues. Fortunately, everything is back to normal and, on the morning of February 7, players could once again try to climb the ladder.
Now hopefully no more issues will arise before the launch of patch 13.3, which should be announced today and rolled out tomorrow, Wednesday, February 8.
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