A report appears that League of Legends may come on mobile phones in partnership between Tencent and Riot Games
Riot Games today officially announced that it is the only developer of the game.
It also announced the intention of launching its game League of Legends: Wild Rift next year, either on Android or iOS and currently the game is available for pre-order on the Google Play Store. The company has also released a trailer for League of Legends: Wild Rift, and at the same time has promised users to launch test versions before the end of the year
From the section above, we can get an idea of what to expect from League of Legends: Wild Rift.
The highlight is that the game was rebuilt to run on phones and consoles using a new 5v5 map designed specifically for these platforms.
Instead of spending 45 minutes in a single battle, this release will go from 15 to 20 minutes.
So it is clear that Wild Rift is not a port for the PC version, but a completely new and different game
Also, you can still expect to see more than a few familiar faces, where currently there are 40 champions, and more should follow after the official release
Most of all, Riot Games is proud that this awaited game will not be paid but will be freely available to everyone
Finally, League of Legends: Wild Rift seems to be a reimagining of the PC version, and with MOBAs growing in popularity on mobile phones, Riot Games is keen to expand its versionsAs noted, you can pre-register the game on the Google Play Store, so you’ll receive a notification as soon as it’s officially launched