Many fans are anticipating Riot Games' upcoming homage to League of Legends Aurelion Sol, who will be bringing a whole new assortment of abilities to dazzle and destroy his foes in solo queue. However, some bugs and bugs must be addressed before the game's official release, including a new bug discovered by PBE testers.
Vandiril, the popular League content creator, has discovered a new flaw when Aurelion Sol falls over a wall near the mid lane on the Summoner's Rift map. As he zooms across the map, the Star Forger fly slightly over the terrain, but instead of going over it as usual, the champion's model glitches into the wall and prevents him from moving.
Aurelion Sol is thrashed around in place for a second before instantly teleporting to the new location that was clicked. He can, however, be contacted by minions, towers, and other champions, but this doesn't solve the problem.
Vandiril was unable to return out of the ground until he tried to auto-attack the Blast Cone, which thrust Aurelion Sol out of the terrain and into the sky once more. It appears like players will remain stuck until they perform another basic motion.
Riot reports that League source code was stolen in a cyber strike and is now being held for ransom.
Riot hopes to correct this bug before Aurelion Sol's upcoming release. Due to recent cyberattacks on Riot's development environment systems, Sol's release was postponed by a substantial amount. As a result, Sol's new release date hasn't yet been confirmed by developers.