Patch 10.1 of the critically acclaimed MOBA League of Legends has hit live, kick-starting the 2020 season of this E-sports giant.
While it does bring plenty of changes, it comes with its own fair share of issues. Since the patch is quite a large one, it goes without saying that a lot of new content has been added as well, creating an ideal scenario for bugs to appear.
That is why we’ve compiled a list of what we think are the most common and serious bugs currently found in League of Legends patch 10.1.
Common bugs and issues in League of Legends patch 10.1
1. Users can’t see their friend list
It would seem that in order for users to encounter this bug, they would have to swap between EUW to EUNE servers during the patching process.
Unfortunately, repairing the client doesn’t work.
Thus, it would be a good idea to wait until the patch is complete before attempting to change the server. Additionally, it seems that if you just play a match, the client will go back to normal on itself.
2. Players cannot pick their Rune pages
Apparently, many players cannot access their created rune pages, and their default rune pages were changed as well.
Unfortunately, no one knows what triggers this bug, nor if there is any known solution to it.
3. Players receive a “password required” message after matches
Apparently, some users receive a message that states the following
A password is required to enter this room” dialogue box appears after every game.
Normally, this would be the message users would receive when trying to join a custom match to which the owner has assigned a password.
4. Users are experiencing packet losses
In general terms, packet losses occur when one or more packets of data traveling across a computer network fail to reach their destination.
In League of Legends, packet losses may lead to NPCs and enemy champions appearing to phase in and out from on destination, as if teleporting.
Unfortunately, there is no current fix for this issue. However, check that your Internet connection is working appropriately may fix this.
5. In-game chat is bugged
Users have reported that in-game, other player’s names appear as random numbers and letters. This makes it extremely difficult to communicate in-game.
Unfortunately, no one knows what causes this, or how to fix it.
That about wraps up the list of the most common League of Legends Patch 10.1 bugs that players have found so far.
While a lot of them are indeed game-breakers, Riot always manages to deliver on their end when it comes to fixing them.
As such, players should expect to see these issues fixed by the next patch update.
Did you also encounter any of these bugs? Tell us about your experience with League of Legends patch 10.1 so far in the comment section below.