Riot Games has finally started rolling out the betas worldwide, and the official full game release is getting closer.
'League Of Legends: Wild Rift' is almost here, and the Regional Open Beta finally started rolling out in Asian countries.
The highly-anticipated mobile counterpart of 'League Of Legends' will bring the features and MOBA experience to your phones and eventually to consoles.
From beta schedules, release dates, and more, here's everything you need to know.
Riot Games has not announced a specific release date for the game yet, but the website says they are planning to start service in the Americas in spring 2021. The company is still likely making sure that the game will go through extensive beta to make sure that it is fully ready before getting released, which brings us to the next question.
The Regional Open Beta is now live to all players in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand. Riot Games has also recently welcomed players from Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Timor-Leste.
Next up are countries in Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Oceania, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, and Vietnam. Then in Spring 2021, the company is planning to start service in the Americas. All regions will follow after.
You may watch the complete schedule here.
Wild Rift is "built from the ground up for mobile and console." The game will be available on Android and ios.
Riot Games is yet to specify which type of consoles the game is coming to, but it seems likely to come out on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X and their older counterparts.
Yes, there are a couple of trailers available for 'League Of Legends: Wild Rift'.
Riot Games has made sure to provide extensive marketing to let the world know about the upcoming game.
Here's one for you.
If you want to see more, you can go ahead and visit Wild Rift's official youtube channel for gameplay videos and character breakdowns.
There are a couple of ways that make 'Wild Rift' different from 'League Of Legends'.
First is the controls. Since 'Wild Rift' is designed for mobile and console experience, there will be significant differences in key control schemes compared to the pc game 'League Of Legends'.
Both MOBA games feature five vs. five battles, but Wild Rift's map is smaller than its counterpart. However, both maps are tweaked to be similar. What is more awesome is that 'Wild Rift' will also be a free-to-play game, just like 'League Of Legends.'
.''Wild Rift' matches are designed to last an average of 20 minutes long, which means less time commitment compared to 'League Of Legends.'
There are over 40 champions to choose from, and new champions will likely get introduced in the future.
'League Of Legends' favorite characters Kaisa, Jhin, and Seraphine, are confirmed to be coming to 'Wild Rift'.
Whether you prefer Assasins, Fighters, Mages, Marksmen, Support, or Tanks, there's plenty of champions to choose from.
Click here to see the full list.