League of Legends’ controversial stat-tracker, Eternals, is finally launching Series 2 in Season 13. New trackers are live as of LoL patch 12.22, nearly three years after Series 1’s launch.
Eternals were first introduced to League of Legends in 2019 and were met with much criticism. The stat trackers, paywalled behind hundreds of dollars for the full set, were seen as unnecessary — and also didn’t retroactively track player stats.
Eternals Series 2 goes live on November 17, 2022, with three new trackers now available for every single champion in the game. The pricing remains similar to Series 1: an individual set costs 600 RP, while the full collection can be found in the 6400 RP Eternals Series 2 Pass.
During the launch, Riot will be discounting Series 1 Eternals by 60%, with a Series 2 discount also on its way within the first three months of launch as Riot tries to increase an uptake in the paid tracking system.
The exact stats being tracked as part of Eternals Series 2 have not been made available ahead of release. Eternals Series 1 was curated to appeal to champion mains, with common combos being worked into each set. Series 2 will likely build on this.
The release of Eternals Series 2 will also feature adjusted Milestone requirements. Meaning that players can start tracking ‘Personal Best’ scores from earlier on. This will be retroactively added for Series 1 and Starter Series Eternals as well.
We will update this with all the latest League of Legends Eternals Series 2 details once they go live.