Riot Games, the developers behind the massively popular League of Legends, appears to have inadvertently re-launched the beloved Nexus Blitz game mode in a surprising turn of events.
However, there’s a twist: this unexpected revival is currently restricted to the servers in Turkey, leaving fans worldwide eagerly awaiting its potential expansion.
Nexus Blitz, a dynamic and fast-paced alternative to the traditional Summoner’s Rift mode, gained a massive following during its limited-time release. Offering a 5v5 gameplay experience
 on a brand-new map with two junglers and three laners, the mode injected a sense of variety by including mini-games that granted substantial in-game advantages to the winning team.
Despite its initial success, Riot Games had initially opted against making Nexus Blitz a permanent fixture within the League of Legends universe. Concerns emerged that the mode might divert too much attention from the traditional Summoner’s Rift experience, leading to its eventual removal.
However, recent occurrences suggest that Nexus Blitz might be making an unexpected comeback, though currently only available on the servers dedicated to the Turkish League of Legends community.
Reports from Turkish players reveal their surprise upon discovering the option to initiate Nexus Blitz lobbies, pick champions, and even glimpse the first event teams would contend for. Unfortunately, this excitement was abruptly curtailed as matches consistently crashed approximately 30 seconds after starting.
The resurgence of Nexus Blitz seems to stem from an unintentional oversight during a server update, according to speculations from players. Some in the community believe that an attempt to reactivate the All Random All Mid (ARAM) clash mode might have led to the accidental revival of Nexus Blitz instead.
This unexpected development has prompted fervent reactions from Nexus Blitz enthusiasts who cherished the game mode during its initial release, only to see it withdrawn by Riot Games later. The inadvertent return on the Turkish servers has spurred hopes that Riot Games might consider reintroducing Nexus Blitz to a broader player base shortly.
While the revived Nexus Blitz remains exclusive to Turkey, the incident has instilled optimism that Riot Games could potentially explore the idea of bringing back the fan-favorite mode for players worldwide to relish once more.