The price of League of Legends costumes at the Vietnamese server is still a painful problem for many Vietnamese gamers.
As one of the most “blood-sucking” features of Riot Games’ League of Legends, the skin system is always cared for by this “music company” to work at full capacity to launch quality products.
And so that the gaming community can clearly distinguish the costumes, Riot Games has set up a hierarchy of costumes from Normal, Heritage, Epic, Legendary, Mythical to Ultimate. This hierarchy is intended to help gamers easily visualize the quality of the costumes according to the price, changes in shape, skill effects, special animations, etc. Even special clothing lines such as High Quality or Technology is also clearly hierarchical by this system.
However, when this system of costumes was brought to the Vietnamese server by Garena, it was “slightly changed” by the publisher, making some gamers unsatisfied. For example, recently, a Vietnamese gamer pointed out the act of “raising” the costume from Epic (Blue Triangle Stone) to Legendary (Red Quadrilateral Stone).
Below the post of this game, many people have pointed out that Garena “changed the color” of the skin from Blue to Red to “pass the price”, but the game publisher forgot to change the color in the skin fragment. Accordingly, the outfit opened by the male gamer is Red, but in fact the costume is Blue as shown in the treasure display.
This has made many gamers “hot” and criticized the actions of the publisher of League of Legends in Vietnam.
In fact, the Chinese server also has its own skin hierarchy, which is different from the official Riot Games server. So many Vietnamese gamers think that if it is not possible to keep the same outfit level as Riot Games, at least Garena should give them a new rank instead of changing “randomly” like the present.
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