The developers of the hugely popular Battleline Battle Game League Le F Legends have announced a change in VPN policy for their latest release.
Players located in these areas had to rely on a VPN to access the game but this seems to be causing some problems. As a result, Wright Games has confirmed that VPN access to most volume VPN solutions located outside of beta areas will be blocked immediately.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is currently only available as an open beta version in Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia.
“To save the best game experience, we’re making some changes to the VPN login in all of our games, which is having the biggest impact on wild rifts,” said Landon McDowell, Wild Rift’s technical operations director. Explained.
“It is becoming increasingly clear that many of you want to play the Wild Rift Beta ਕਿਤੇ far more than expected. As we monitor the experience in the game, we’ve seen a variety of problems in games involving players who have used a VPN to log in from outside the beta realm. These issues range from inconvenience (language barriers) to game-breaking difficulties (such as non-played leg spikes for everyone – not just VPN players). ”
The creators of The League of Legends insisted that it was a difficult decision to prevent anyone from accessing the game, but believe it is the right step to ensure that beta players get the best possible experience.
The developer also confirmed that individuals based in beta areas, but who are using a VPN, will not be blocked.
Unfortunately, this means that anyone outside of the seven beta regions will simply have to wait to play the latest version of League of Legends, which is designed for smartphone and home consoles.
It is scheduled to be released in Europe and other parts of Asia in early December, before coming to North and South America in the spring of 2021.