League of Legends Season 13 Rewards Revealed by Riot Games

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League of Legends Season 13 Rewards Revealed by Riot Games

In the last Dev Update video of this year, Riot Brightmoon, Meddler, Pupulasers and just a capybara revealed some upcoming rewards and changes about League of Legends and the Season 13 Rewards.

Season 13 of League of Legends is coming to an end, just like this year. The developers at Riot Games’ HQ have returned with a new Dev Update, giving some info about what they have been working on in the past few months. While this update didn’t provide breaking news, the developers still revealed some nice rewards for Split 2 of Season 13.

League of Legends Season 13 Rewards & Season 13 End Date

Riot Meddler and Brightmoon revealed the Honor and Rank reward skins for the second Split of this year. The Honor skin goes to Akshan, the Rogue Sentinel, who will join Malzahar in the Three Honors skinline. This skin looks incredible, with some floral pattern neon decoration and a hood resembling an owl or cat. Three Honors Akshan will be available to anyone who reached Honor level 5 in Split 2.

Season 13 rewards Three Honors Akshan

The Ranked skin for the second split of 2023 goes to Tryndamere, who will receive Victorious Tryndamere at the start of next year. Following the revamped style shown first with Victorious Sejuani, Tryndamere will have a rugged look and a greatsword made out of crystals – available to anyone who reached Gold rank on the ladder. This skin only arrives in Patch 14.4 in February, as second Split was not always planned, and the skins team didn’t have enough time getting ready for the the second batch of rewards.

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Season 13 Rewards Victorious Tryndamere

Split 2 of the 2023 Ranked Season will also officially end on January 9th, with Season 14 Split 1 starting on January 10th with the revamped items and Summoner’s Rift changes showcased at the League of Legends World Championship.

Riot Brightmoon steps down as League of Legends’ Executive Producer

Riot Brightmoon has been the Executive Producer for League of Legends since September 2015, but with the end of this year, Jeremy Lee resigns from his position. He will still fill the role until they find a replacement, but a new person will helm the production of LoL in the future – but until Patch 14.4, Brightmoon will still be with us.

The developers promised that they would release a new Dev Update at the start of Season 14, talking about all the changes made in League of Legends. Stay tuned to ESTNN to learn about the latest updates to your favourite MOBA!

League of Legends Season 13 Rewards Revealed by Riot Games
Bence Loksa
Bence "Atreus" Loksa is a freelance journalist and League of Legends shoutcaster, covering all things esports and gaming, also yelling loudly at big plays happening on the Summoner's Rift. While his main focus is Riot Games' hit MOBA, he also dabbles in Call of Duty, VALORANT, and as of recent, the tabletop wargame Warhammer 40,000 - where he looks to make some grudges with his Leagues of Votann army.