League of Legends and Its New Features, Skins and Projects in 2024


One of the most popular modern MOBA video games is League of Legends. It was created and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X.

The initial base for the game was the multiplayer map for Warcraft III. It was developed as a free-to-play option with different microtransactions. The gaming community liked it from the start and the interested audience has been growing since its release.

Moreover, the developers are constantly improving the quality, adding new heroes and events to attract users. Player ratings are organized by leagues and are updated every season to make it competitive. There are also different tournaments presented, for instance on, and annual World Championships where the best teams take part.

LoL updates in 2024


The new 2024 year has started with great news for LoL fans from Riot Games. The developers published an official video with upcoming updates at the beginning of January.

First of all, champions who haven’t had skins for a long time will receive them at last. That is planned for Aurelion Sol, Ivern, Kalista, and Kled. The first among them has 825 days since the last skin, while the rest have 755, 727 and 727 days respectively.

Before the launch of the LoL 2024 season, Riot has confirmed that each of these champions will get a new skin. Moreover, the new Kalista skin has already been revealed in the Season 13 preview video.

One of the new skin lines for this season is also Faerie Court. That is where the Kalista’s skin comes from, as well as the new Karma skin. According to LoL director Jeremy Bright moon Lee, she came to us from a world of beauty, magic, nature and majesty. Thus, this ghostly gladiator has changed her eerie blue color to shining golden armor. The spears thrust into her chest will glow with a purple-pink light, and her ebony hair will flow down in a purple waterfall.

As for Kled, he will get a cute new Cats vs Dogs skin. The new skins for Ivern and Aurelion Sol remain a mystery, and active players cannot wait to see what they will look like. After all, it has been a long time since there were any great changes.

All these new awesome skins will appear throughout Season 13, so it’s better to keep an eye on them as well as for the latest news, so you don’t miss them.

In addition, in the new cycle, Champion Aurelion Sol is going to be completely updated. All his skills will be reworked, but at the same time, he will retain the picture, model and arrogant voiceover that so many fans are fond of.

Following Sol’s changes, two new champions will be added to the game. Milio is a resident of Ishtal who wields the Axiom of Fire, and Darkin Naaphyri is an assassin who prefers to hunt in the mid-lane. He will also be the only shirtless character this year.

The plans revealed by the company also include a champion forester and some unusual hero, but there is no information about them at all, so we will have to wait for teasers.

Skins of LoL


Skins are a popular feature in many video games, including League of Legends. These are cosmetic changes to a champion’s appearance that can be purchased with in-game currency or real money. Skins have become a significant part of the game, with players eagerly awaiting the release of new skins for their favorite champions.

Types of Skins

There are various types of skins available in League of Legends, ranging from simple color swaps to complete redesigns of the champion’s appearance. The different types of skins include:

  • Classic Skins: The default appearance of champions in the game.
  • Legacy Skins: These skins are no longer available for purchase but can still be obtained through hextech crafting or loot boxes.
  • Epic Skins: These skins have more advanced designs and animations and can be purchased with either in-game currency or real money.
  • Legendary Skins: These skins are the most advanced and have unique animations and voice lines. They are only available for purchase with real money.
  • Ultimate Skins: These skins are the most expensive and have the most advanced features, including evolving appearances and unique voice lines. They can only be purchased with real money.

Impact on Gameplay

Skins do not have any impact on the gameplay, and their primary purpose is to enhance the visual experience of the game. However, many players believe that certain skins can provide a psychological advantage by making the champion more intimidating or easier to spot in a team fight.

Marketing and Revenue

Skins are a significant source of revenue for Riot Games, the developers of League of Legends. They release new skins regularly, and players are often willing to spend real money to purchase them. In addition, skins are also used for marketing purposes, with some skins being created in collaboration with other brands or franchises, such as K/DA skins created in collaboration with K-Pop group K/DA.

Project L and more of LoL


It has been a while since we heard from Riot’s Project L, a fighting game set in the League of Legends universe that was announced before. This new fighting game from the LoL creators was planned as 2D combat. It also has to utilize familiar characters, and Riot Games planned to turn it into a serious eSports project.

The latest information about this project was presented in August 2022. The developer has confirmed that Illaoi, Priestess of the Mother of the Deep, will be one of the game’s playable heroes.

For now, the game’s Senior Director and Executive Producer Tom Cannon confirmed that the development is still in progress and that they share news about it much earlier than for other fighting games, mainly due to the fact that they value the feedback from players. In addition, it has been confirmed that there will be no news during this week’s EVO Japan tournament.

Altogether, we can see more and more exciting news coming. LoL was always and still remains attractive for players and we’ll definitely get more this year.

Written by Alana Harrington