The Riot Games provides frequent discounts on LOL’s many different skins and champions. However, the ways that the discount system works is found to be changing drastically this 2019.
League of Legends items’ basic discounts ordinarily come two times every week with a foreordained rundown of skins and champions put and offered on sale when price limits or discounts go live, those promos that last until the point that they are replaced by next heap of offers and sales. These repetitive discounts are usually broken up by more significant events which give players special discounts on skins for their most-played champions. There are rare shops that allow players a chance to utilize Blue Essence to purchase things that generally cost Riot Points. According to Riot Games, in 2019, it is changing how it deals and approaches these sorts of promotions.
In 2019 they are revamping their business and their sales. First, they will be concentrating on more top choices, events pass, and the Essence Emporium. Then next, they will be exploring different avenues regarding the week after week deals and sales throughout the following months.
Those event passes that were mentioned by Riot Games are a generally new item that was released during the special League of Legends events such as the World Championship. They primarily worked similarly as the other games pass the items where players pay the upfront cost and can complete missions to gain some form of restricted-time cash which would then be able to be utilized to by icons, skins and many different items that vanish from the store as soon as the event is over.
To generalize what players can expect in 2019, Riot Games stated that the total sum of the content offered on sale would increase. Players must see a shift towards higher-quality and newer skins as also stated in the announcement. The Riot Games previewed some of their plans for most modern weekly sales that will be tested on the upcoming months including potential sales.
Those month to month packages or bundles usually combined several skins and champions which shared a typical theme. These are priced at one Riot Points discounted cost. However, it would appear that they will be removed as a significant aspect of the Riot Games testing.
The Riot Games also said that they would be checking the feedbacks of players on the newest discount system as tests start in the year 2019.