Bel’Veth is causing a lot of trouble for Riot Games even though it has not been released on the official League of Legends servers.
Recently, Riot Games has revealed Bel’Veth – the 160th champion of League of Legends. In it, the accompanying launch skin of Bel’Veth will be the Mysterious Last Boss. However, before it was released in the official version, Bel’Veth became a hot topic of discussion in the online community, because Bel’Veth’s Mysterious Last Boss costume wallpaper was accused of plagiarism. details of other artists.
More specifically, the Mysterious Last Boss Bel’Veth’s skin has a background design similar to the Arcade game style and has a health bar at the bottom. Surprisingly, the health bar in the wallpaper was accused of being “borrowed” from another artist not from the Riot Games company.
Accordingly, the gaming community found a lot of similarities between the original health bar (above) and the health bar in the Bel’Veth skin wallpaper (with the Bel’Veth portrait icon).
Not only that, when the community “looks” more closely, it discovers the similarity to each pixel.
According to the gaming community, the original of this health bar belongs to an author named Tyler and he is not the designer of the Bel’Veth Mysterious Last Boss wallpaper.
Currently, thousands of gamers agree that Bel’Veth’s wallpaper has “borrowed” the details of other people’s health bars. However, there are also many gamers who stand up for Riot Games and think that this is an externally designed wallpaper, so this “plagiarism” is responsible for the third party, not Riot Games.
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