Chronoshift's developer meant to remake an old version of League of Legends

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  • Published date: June 16, 2021
    • Akron, Akron, Alabama, United Kingdom

Chronoshift's developer meant to remake an old version of League of Legends, as if it was the same game it was 10 years back -- along the very same lines as World of Warcraft Classic. Very little, if anything, exists from this time period in League of Legends today. Much like the Ship of Theseus, the continuous patches, upgrades, and visual reworks in League of Legends have removed old champions and mechanisms entirely. A Riot employee originally achieved to the Chronoshift developer a year ago, by way of a remark on Reddit, asking the development team not to move forward with the job.

"We have very straightforward and easy to read coverages around developing products around Riot Games," the Riot representative said at the moment. "please read the Legal Jibber Jabber (yes that is what it is called) as well as the policies on"

A year after, Riot Games decided to to take further action, reportedly by safety team member Zed reaching out into the Chronoshift people. That interaction didn't go well, and when the dialog was leaked onto the League of Legends subredddit, it went viral. Screenshots showed a dialog between Zed -- that said that his job would be to"find people and things" -- along with also a Chronoshift developer. The conversation moved viral because of Zed's threatening and unprofessional approach to squashing the undertaking, and including a couple of quippy lines.

"You have clearly put a lot of work into Chrono change, but I guarantee you that the Chrono break is coming," Zed wrote.

A Riot representative affirmed that Zed is indeed a member of the Riot group, also supplied Polygon with the following announcement:

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