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League of Legends Player | Pings that are new? More toxicity are inventing new bait Ping 2022

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Pings that are new? More Toxicity: League of Legends Players Are Inventing New Bait Ping Riot Games made several adjustments to the preseason, including a new communication mechanism.

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However the League of Legends Players, one of the new pings has been transformed into a spam emoticon in-game, and it is really toxic.

The 2023 League of Legends Players Preseason began only a few days ago, and players are already criticizing Riot Games for some of the enhancements that have been thrown their way this time around. Riot Games shakes up the meta every year by bringing fresh adjustments to the game during the preseason, and this year was no exception. Jungle pets, the newly updated Chemtech drake, and a thorough communication system through the new communication wheel aka ping wheel were all offered to players.

Aside from the usual pings of assist, enemy missing, on my way, and danger, League of Legends has added additional pings to better gameplay. They are as follows:

  • All In
  • Bait
  • Hold
  • Push
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League of Legends Players, on the other hand, are exploiting one of these new pings to be incredibly toxic in-game to their teammates.

In-game abuse of the bait ping

The bait ping is a new icon in League of Legends Players that resembles a fishing hook. However, some gamers are using this bait ping, which resembles a rope to some degree. Unfortunately, this ping, which was intended to alert your teammate to bait their opponent, is instead being utilized as a covert means for gamers to beg the other “to h*** themselves.”

“ffs I can’t believe people are using the “bait” ping to urge others to h*** themselves in-game, it’s simply the new question mark to spam that hook on people’s heads,” one League of Legends player and Twitter user remarked on November 17th.

Humzh, a challenger category player, explained how the bait ping is abused in League of Legends. “Someone ints, just give him the rope,” he remarked in a brief clip. Following this, all of his colleagues began in-game repeating the same gesture. Similarly, on Twitter, broadcaster and support player Ioki said, “The League community treats Objective Voting like a spam pop-up ad and utilizes the bait ping as a “rope” gesture.” What a fantastic Preseason.”

Former pro player Christian “IWillDominate” Rivera was another who spoke about it. “It’s the ideal amount of irony that Riot launched the Bait Ping to increase communication but everyone simply uses it as a noose to tell one other to k*** themselves,” he remarked.

Preseason 2023 was created exclusively to improve communication in League of Legends Players. However, because of the exceedingly poisonous nature of the new bait ping, the whole system’s use has become worthless. The ‘bait’ ping has become a spam emoticon in-game, similar to how the ‘enemy missing’ ping is used to bring out a player’s faults. Riot Games also implemented severe chat limitations and bans, and with this new ping system in place, players have discovered a new method to be toxic and BM (bad manner) their teammates.