With Update 3.4, the way items can reduce ability timers in Vainglory has been significantly changed. On the surface, this is apparent in changes to the numeric scores granted by cooldown items and the addition cap on how much abilities can be accelerated by. However, there is a much deeper change here that may be glossed over when reading the update notes. Cooldown acceleration has been replaced by cooldown reduction across the board.
This week in Vainglory News, we have Vainglory Update 3.4 with Kinetic, the Summer season, three new items, four new skins, a competition, and our recent favorite community content. Read on to see what you missed this past week in Vainglory News!
Vainglory Update 3.4 brings a wide array of balance changes to the meta. One of the most anticipated changes is the introduction of three new items: Pulseweave, Capacitor Plate, and Rook’s Decree. Additionally, several items that players know and love have been altered to fulfill a fresh purpose. Let’s take a look at these new items and the significant reworks to existing items.
Kinetic is a fresh addition to the hero pool in Vainglory Update 3.4 to mark the start of the Summer season. Think twice before engaging! Kinetic ramps up in damage quickly when ignored in a team fight. Broken Myth is here with an early look at Kinetic’s abilities, talents, and best builds to track down the Update 3.4 meta.
In the past, we have brought you interviews with players, analysts, and even esports owners! To add to this list, we chatted with Nivmett, who has been a part of Super Evil Megacorp for a long time, filling different roles within the company — all directly related to Vainglory’s growth. Take a look into the mind of a developer in our interview with Nivmett, capturing his thoughts on different aspects of Vainglory as well as his hobbies outside of gaming.
This week in Vainglory News, we have the new Tea Party Grace skin, improved end of season rewards, fresh game lore, a reveal of the Ranked Leaderboards, a delay on the VPL Summer Open, and our recent favorite community content. Read on to see what you missed this past week in Vainglory News!
For those of you that have been following us for a while, you may remember when we had pages for the best and most popular hero builds. These became a lot of work for a small team to manage and were subsequently left untouched. We recently expanded our team of analysts to renew what has been our most requested feature.
Rather than tire you with a list of what’s changed, we’ll keep it simple: Everything. We’re dedicated to renewing the hero builds each update — you don’t have to worry about information going out of style. We recommend bookmarking the link or adding it to your home screen for quick access during a match.
Check out our new and improved Vainglory Top Hero Builds page!
In the midst of matches, we often struggle to obtain the perfect item to dominate as Vainglory carries. Broken Myth’s Situational Items series offers in-depth analysis of items to choose from in order to complete your build. Be sure to catch our follow-up guide coming soon: Situational Items for Captains. These two resources augment our new Top Hero Builds page releasing tomorrow. Without further ado, let’s dig in!
Knowing when to build the right items is the key to success in a game. This article tackles that feat, providing an in-depth look at situational item building for Vainglory captains. Be sure to read up on the counterpart guide: Situational Items for Carries. These two resources augment our new Top Hero Builds page releasing tomorrow. Without further ado, let’s dig in!
This week in Vainglory News, we have Vainglory Update 3.3 with Kensei, a look into the Summer season, the new ‘Netherknight’ Reza skin alongside his official hero spotlight, and our recent favorite community content. Read on to see what you missed this past week in Vainglory News!