Jungle mains, rejoice—Riot Games revealed the addition of a new champion for the role earlier today.
Viego, the Ruined King, is League’s next champ and he’ll likely shake up the meta when he steps onto the Rift.
Viego boasts several stuns, many buffs, and heavy damage with what looks like a versatile and strong kit. He has a Qiyana-like ability to camouflage himself near walls and an executioner ultimate that automatically selects the champion with the most missing HP and finishes them.
He comes from the Shadow Isles and will likely have a significant impact on Runeterra’s lore since he was revealed to be the face of the upcoming Riot game called The Ruined King: A League of Legends Story.
Jungle mains should set aside some RP or blue essence if they want to get their hands on the jungler as soon as he hits the live servers. Viego will likely have a high pick and ban rate at first, similar to Samira’s release and OP state before she received several nerfs.
When will Viego be released in League?
Riot revealed that Viego will be released in Patch 11.2, which is set to go live in League on Jan. 21, according to the game’s patch schedule.
Viego will likely be introduced to the PBE test servers soon. Yesterday, Ruined skins for Draven, Karma and Shyvana were added to the PBE, certainly as references to Viego’s reveal.
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Meet BMW’s Fastest Production Car, the New Limited-Edition 627 HP M5 CS – Robb Report
BMW’s M models are high-performance by definition, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for improvement. Which is why the automaker will release an even more powerful variant of the M5 later this year.
Unveiled on Tuesday, the 2022 M5 CS is a lighter and more muscular version of the high-performance sedan—even with its souped up Competition package. It’s also a limited-edition model that will only be available for one year and only select markets.
The M5 doesn’t lack for power. The base model features a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 that delivers 600 horsepower and 553 ft lbs of torque. But the marque’s engineers have been able to take the mill and squeeze in an extra 27 horses (10 more than the M5 Competition). While some purists will roll their eyes at the lack of a manual transmission, the car’s acceleration numbers should more than make up for its exclusion. BMW claims the CS can rocket from zero to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, which is 0.2 seconds quicker than the M5 Competition and easily makes it the automaker’s quickest production car, according to CNET Roadshow. A top speed of 190 mph isn’t too shabby, either.
But credit for the car’s lightning-quick acceleration time also belongs to its reduced weight. The CS weighs a full 230 pounds less than M5 Competition. This is mainly due to new carbon-fiber elements, including the hood, front splitter, rear diffuser, rear splitter and mirror housings, as well as all four seats in the cabin. Engineers also cut down on the amount of sound deadening material throughout the car. These tweaks allowed the car to shed some serious pounds, all without having to sacrifice its all-wheel-drive system. And if you’re worried about the reduced weight changing how the car feels, fret not because BMW has adjusted the car’s springs and dampers accordingly.
From the outside, the CS doesn’t look all that different from the M5 or M5 Competition, but it does feature several striking gold bronze accents, including on the kidney grilles, badging and forged 20-inch wheels. Inside, you’ll find special CS badging, illuminated M5 logos, Alcantara suede, the company’s latest iDrive 7 infotainment suite and a digital gauge cluster that’ll display even more info than the standard M5.
For the time being, BMW only plans to offer the M5 CS as part of the 2022 model year and only in the North America, UK, Germany and Russia markets. This exclusivity, along with a laundry list of performance and design upgrades, won’t come cheap. The sporty sedan will start at $142,995 when it goes on sale later this year, which is $36,000 more than the standard M5 and nearly $30,000 more than the M5 Competition.
Ring's new Video Doorbell is wired only and costs $80 – MobileSyrup
If you’re thinking about upgrading your doorbell to a video doorbell, you can now get one from Ring that connects to your existing doorbell wiring for $79.
Ring says this is its smallest video doorbell yet, but it still includes all of the features customers expect from its smart doorbells. This includes HD video, Two-Way Talk, advanced motion detection, and real-time alerts sent straight to your phone or Alexa device.
One of the keys to remember with this device is that it’s wired, so it gets power from your existing doorbell setup but won’t send sound to your current doorbell chime. You need to either have a phone, Alexa device or Ring Chime to hear it.
You can also add this doorbell to a Ring Protect subscription to record footage and get access to a few other features.
Overall, this is an appealing option for people who can fit in on their homes, plus the fact that it’s wired-only likely makes it less of a hassle given you don’t need to recharge the battery.
The Ring Video Doorbell Wired costs $79 CAD for the base model, and it ships on February 24th.
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