League of Legends players are currently taking advantage of the current “Make My Profile Private” feature, which allows them to prevent unfriendly players from checking their match history and other personal information in the game.
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Since it was added to PBE V11.23, many fans have shared their opinions. Of course, their reactions are mixed with negative and positive responses.
For those who don’t know how the current “Make my profile private” option works, this is an in-game feature that hides your game stats and other details from other people.
While this is the case, non-friendly players can still see your icon, summoner’s name, and your account level.
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According to the latest report from Esports News UK, some gaming experts have claimed that this option that makes your account private, which also works like the features offered by Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms, was accidentally gone. published by Riot Games.
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The source added that further speculation believes the creator of the giant title is testing this feature to see player reactions, but may soon be removed from Summoner’s Rift.
“As a person who scouts, if it extends to the Api, it will be terrible for the lower leagues,” said one of the players on Twitter.
Championship players, what do you think?
How the fact of not being able to follow the history of a player on https://t.co/81mTRtMTPC etc. will it affect your solo queue experience? https://t.co/fspLPLY3kV
– Dom Sacco (@Dom_Sacco) November 5, 2021
He added that the feature will prevent you from searching for other teams in the lower divisions, which is a problem as you won’t see their skill level.
At this time, Riot Games has not confirmed whether it will actually be removed or whether the feature will remain in the game.
In other news, the giant game developer is still adjusting the âLeague of Legends environmentâ. These include Senna’s new buffs in Season 12 of âLoLâ. On the other hand, the 2022 preseason of “League of Legends” is also expected to release new items and weapon adjustments.
Is âmaking my profile privateâ really useful?
The PotatoThe official Twitter account of explained how this option advanced in Summoner’s Rift.
It has attracted many comments from consumers of Riot Games. One of the players in the comments section explained how this feature helps players have a less toxic environment:
- No more chatting after the game since players cannot send you a direct message.
- You won’t be embarrassed by your match history as they won’t know if you are on a losing streak.
- Players can use other “LoL” accounts without being reported.
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