League of Legends (LOL), created by Riot Games, is one of the most popular 5v5 strategy-based team games in the eSports arena. While League of Legends, also known as LOL, has been expanding in size with hundreds of thousands of new players joining in every month, as well as with hundreds of update over time, it’s not unusual for some clients to break, which will result in an unplayable game.
If your LOL client has a bug that hasn’t been fixed after several updates, even after reporting the bug to Riot, in all probability your client is broken and needs full repair.
League of Legends has an option to initiate a repair via its client settings and below is a guide to help initiate the repair League of Legends game client in two simple steps.
Repairing League of Legends
Login to the League of Legends game client and follow the steps below to initiate the repair League of Legends.
Step 1: Click on the Gear (settings) icon at the top-right of the League of Legends game client (located to the left of the ‘X’ close window icon.Step 2: On the pop-up settings menu, under the General tab option, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click on the Initiate Full Repair button under Troubleshooting. Proceed with the on-screen instructions and League of Legends will be repaired and your game will run normally. However, if the built-in repairing mechanism doesn’t work for you, you might need to uninstall the game and re-install it again on your PC. This will not affect any of your files, including saved replays, which are located locally on your storage. Other aspects of the game are available online, so won’t be affected either.
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