One For All League of Legends Featured Game Mode


LoL Patch 14.6: Riot Games Reveals Next Featured Game Mode

Sadakshi Kalyan Ramun
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One For All is a limited-time game mode by Riot Games which usually comes back right on time for April Fools’ Day.
The game mode allows for a team of five to play the same champion.

Featured Game Modes or Rotating Game Modes (RGM) in League of Legends are rotating game modes where players can be a part of fun and interactive gameplay apart from the usual Summoner's Rift and All Random All Mid (ARAM) modes. Riot Games usually rolls out new ones every now and then for players to enjoy. The publisher recently confirmed the introduction of a new limited time mode (LTM) right in time for the April Fool's Day.

On 13th March, a Riot Gams developer confirmed that the company will be rolling out 'One For All' this coming week.

One For All Returns To League of Legends

On Reddit, one user wrote, "Just logged on today to notice that they removed URF again.. :( Anyone have an idea on what the next game mode will be? And when it releases?" Commenting on this, a Riot Games developer confirmed the addition of One For All in League of Legends.

They said, "The next RGM is One for All, its on PBE now and planned to release on this schedule:

EUW, EUN, RU, and TR

Starting activation around 8am PT time, March 20th, 2024

ALL other regions (OCE, JP, NA, LAN, LAS, BR, KR, VN, TW, PH, TH, SG)

Starting activation around 11am PT time, March 20th, 2024."

According to official patch schedule, this falls in line with LoL Patch 14.6.

One For All is a limited-time game mode offered by Riot Games in League of Legends. It is also played on the Summoner’s Rift where players battle it out as two teams of five as usual. The only difference between the classic mode and One For All is that all the players in the team play the same champion. Basically, five copies of the same champion of choosing will make up the team in this game mode. This mode was first made available in 2013 and has been occasionally relaunched to coincide with April Fools’ Day.

Drafting in One For All

The draft phase for choosing champions in One For All is called Vote Pick. As a first, players will be asked to ban a champion and as usual, they can also choose not to ban one. Following this, each player will then vote for a champion of their choice that they want the whole team to play. If all the players on a team or a strict majority of four players vote for the same champion, then that champion will get locked in and will be played by all players on that team. In the scenario that no champion has a majority, a random champion will be assigned from the pool of champions that were voted earlier by the players.

According to Fandom, prior to 2020, a majority of three votes was enough to lock in a champion for the team. However, Riot changed it to four votes allowing for players who are against the odds to have a fighting chance.

You can read about the One For All mode and its gameplay here on One For All Game Mode Available for Play in League of Legends.

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Sadakshi has been a gamer throughout her life and has followed League of Legends since Season 3, immediately falling in love with the esports scene. Bringing in her print journalism experience, she focuses on content that is both informative and innovative. While her heart still remains with League, her love for competition has pushed her to explore other titles such as Valorant and Apex Legends.

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