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New God Skins
Demonsoul & Ebonsoul Serqet
The Ebonsoul skin variant is available only for a limited time in the Demonic Pack bundle. This is a limited promotion, and after December 15th, Ebonsoul will no longer be available.
Steel Scarab Khepri (Odyssey Week 13)
Father Time Chronos (New Year’s Chest, December 8th)
New Voice Packs
“This is an exciting time of year as we prepare for the SMITE World Championships and start designing larger changes for Season 3. With those two events coming up early in 2016, the balance changes in this patch are very much focused around having a solid competitive experience to wrap up Season 2.”
It’s been a little while since Anhur had some love. We wanted it to be more rewarding to land all eight hits of Desert Fury, and adding 5% scaling per hit should allow this ability to feel more potent when used effectively.
Chiron was galloping past some of the other Hunters when it came to his overall performance, so we wanted to curb away some of that horsepower to rein him in (puns intended). With these adjustments he will be making his grand entrance into League play.
Hel’s become very popular in the current meta, and this popularity has highlighted the potency of Inspire. No longer a sleeper, Hel’s getting an adjustment to the scaling of her Heal, and the Cooldown of her primary burst.
Round four on Khepri! The Hug Bug continues to dominate, and overall it’s thrilling to see one of our most true support characters excel. That said, the changes below should help put him better in line with a reduction to Rising Dawn Protections and removing an element of Scarab’s Blessing that was a bit more than it needed to offer.
Release the Kraken!
Just a small adjustment to Sol this patch. Overall we’re happy with her performance, but felt the length of the Slow didn't pair well with the difficulty of application.
Tyr often struggled to compete early on against other laners, especially since he needed to invest a point into his stance switch. By increasing the base damage on Power Cleave, he should be in a better position to box enemies and clear minions more effectively.
Xing Tian has continued to perform exceptionally well. His high base damage numbers and % damage option allowed him to build exceptionally defensive while still being a top damage dealer. The changes below are designed to bring his Health more in-line with aggressive Guardians, and take the edge off of the damage he deals while also applying Crowd Control.
Xbalanque has long performed at the top of the competitive Hunter pack, and has been one of the most dominate late-game carries. His high ability damage has also made him potent through the early and mid-game, and combined with his reach very difficult to deal with.