"League of Legends" professional players are now making jungle Rumble the new meta in the current MSI (Mid-Season Invitational) 2021. How OP is this new game mechanic?
As of the moment, Rumble is still one of the best "League of Legends" heroes in the top and bottom lanes in the Summoner's Rift. This hero was previously the best must-pick hero in various "LoL" professional competitions.
The reason behind this is his insane AoE (Area of Effect) damage. And now, it seems like Rumble, The Mechanized Menace, will also dominate the jungle lane.
This is not that unusual since players have been straying their picks from their original roles. Aside from Rumble, Riot, the developer of "League of Legends," announced that it previously changed some heroes that are not specifically created for the jungle role.
Morgana and Zed are among the champs that can now be used as junglers. To give you more idea, here are other details you need to know about the new jungle Rumble meta.
'League of Legends' Jungle Rumble's Details
On the other hand, Analyst Nick "LS" de Cesare believes Rumble is one of the best junglers in solo queue and pro play.
Right now, he is the number one Yordle for the MSI 2021 tier list. Aside from this, different "League of Legends" pro players also agreed that Rumble also has the second-highest presence at the current MSI 2021.
"I think it's pretty similar to Morgana. It's all about setting up for your carries to find the right position to do their damage with something like the Equalizer. He opens up a lot of spaces for your carries," said one of the popular pro junglers in the league, Kim "Canyon" Geon-bu.
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Meanwhile, Ninja claims that Sett and Katarina could be the best "League of Legends" heroes in the popular "Smash Bros: Ultimate," which is a game that collects various characters in other popular titles.
If this is true, Sports Keeda reported that this would be a huge change in the 2D fighting games since people still don't know how well will MOBA heroes will play in the 2-dimensional titles.
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Written by: Griffin Davis