By Jay / / 2022 Games Mobile Legends News

In the new Mobile Legends update on the Advance server, Moonton is reportedly testing a new feature that can be used to make it easier for players to report other reports that are AFK or playing recklessly.

Reports are useful for eliminating toxic players in the game, but the report option in the Mobile Legends game is arguably not very good. This is due to the fact that the report feature of the MOBA game can only be used after the match has ended. If a player inadvertently touches the play button or the back button in the lobby, he will no longer be able to report the person who had irritated him.

Moonton Makes it Easier for Players to Report Toxic Players in Mobile Legends!

Mobile Legends Reports

This is what makes Moonton finally provide an update to the report feature so that players can report other players not after the match ends, but when they are in the lobby by accessing player history. Furthermore, any extra points deducted by Moonton shall be reported to you within one hour of the match’s conclusion.

Nonetheless, this report update tool does not impose further sanctions on players who are deemed overly bothersome. Yes, but this is one of the major future updates for the MOBA Mobile Legends game. What are your thoughts?

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About Mobile Legends:

Mobile Legends is a free-to-play MOBA game on android and iOS. Players will be sent to the land of dawn in a match of 5v5 to battle against one another to destroy their base. Players will be able to select more than 100 new heroes to battle against one another with different skills and strategies. Those that have the skill will win the game!

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