Riot Games also adds different skins and challenges to League of Legends patches, making gamers remember the previous patch as the next update.
Riot works under a tight schedule. All patch release dates are generally predetermined. There can always be bugs that can delay a patch's release.
When will League of Legends Patch 13.2 be released?
League of Legends Patch 13.2 was originally scheduled to be released on January 25. The release date may have slightly shifted due to Riot's social engineering difficulties in late January.
Riot's tweet above makes it sound like Patch 13.2 might still be operational on January 25, but without some of the major content releases, like the Ahri ASU. Or, the developer might move the date for the 13.2 to February and release minor bug fixes in the meantime. The latter would likely mean a date change for all of the following League patches, and Riot will update its support page accordingly when more information is available.
The highly anticipated releases for 13.2 will most likely get the light of day around February 8 due to the incident.
While the developers did not reveal the social engineering attack, they stated, "There was no indication that player data or personal information was obtained" during the attack.
Why was League of Legends Patch 13.2 delayed?
Riot faced a social engineering catastrophe in late January 2023, thus the patch 13.2 was postponed.
Riot issued a statement on the matter on January 21, letting fans know that the assault might stymie its content release schedule.