By Jay / / 2022 Games Mobile Legends News

Moonton, the game’s developer, has recently included a new feature to help gamers combat trolls in Mobile Legends. This new feature, which may be used to combat trolls, allows players who participate in ranked match mode to avoid matches in which their teammates are playing heroes who have the same role as them.

Moonton Ways to Combat Trolls in Mobile Legends

Upon detecting this, Moonton will provide a warning or pop up to a team member asking if they wish to dodge or remain in their current position. This functionality will only function once throughout the matchmaking process, in order to prevent trolling when playing the MOBA Mobile game. This function however can only be used once, and you will need to rank before you are able to use them again.

Without a doubt, this new function will be extremely beneficial to players who wish to participate in an online ranked match while playing the game and increase their rank. Do you agree that the addition of this function is one of the best improvements for Mobile Legends players? What are your thoughts on this?

About Mobile Legends:

Mobile Legends is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game available for Android and iOS devices. Players will be dispatched to the Land of Dawn (the arena) for a 5v5 battle against one another in order to destroy their opponent’s Towers. Players will be able to choose from more than 100 new heroes, each with their own set of talents and techniques, to battle against one another. The game will be won by those who have the necessary skills, and teamwork.

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