Ever since League of Legends patch 10.23 generated a complete overhaul of the product system, the Grievous Wounds passive has ended up being more important than ever.

With the intro of Omnivamp and effective Mythic Product sets, self-healing in League of Legends Season 11 has indeed become a major issue.

Products like Ravenous Hydra and Goredrinker, along with runes like Ravenous Hunter, have provided a lot of options for some champions to self-heal and sustain back to full health. This makes them really hard to take out in a straight battle.

Picks like Aatrox, Udyr, and Olaf have actually been abusing self heals the most, and the amount of sustain that they get is rather outrageous. This has actually even made enchanter supports like Sona and Soraka rather ineffective in Season 11.

Grievous Injuries is one of the best services to the issue as it restricts the quantity of recovery that champs can return from these products. And in League of Legends spot 11.4, Riot Games will look to give such products a significant buff to make them more potent.

In a recent tweet, Mark “Scruffy” Yetter, gameplay design director for League of Legends, outlined some product enthusiasts coming to the MOBA in patch 11.4.

Apart from the Severe Wounds product enthusiasts, Riot will be seeking to buff Everfrost and Cosmic Drive as well in League of Legends patch 11.4.

Everfrost has actually been one of the most underperforming mythic products in Season 11. With how reliable Liandry’s Distress and Luden’s Torment are, mages seldom pick this product, and the devs will be looking to alter all of that in the upcoming upgrade.

Along with Everfrost, Cosmic Drive and Guinsoo’s Rageblade will likewise be getting a huge increase to their efficiency. Riot will aim to bring considerable meta shifts to itemization this time around.