LSAC just formally announced that they are eliminating the Analytical Reasoning section from the LSAT for test takers starting in August 2024. Instead they will be adding a second Logical Reasoning section of the test.
“We’re pleased that there is now certainty regarding the future of the LSAT’s logic games section, long the section of the exam that students found most challenging. What the LSAC decided to implement was its biggest change to the exam’s content since 1991. Starting with the August 2024 administration of the LSAT, there will be no more Logic Games section. Instead the test maker is adding a second Logical Reasoning section.”