League of Legends: Wild Rift is a Mobile Game and What We Know So Far

Riot Games is in the process of launching its global hit, League of Legends, with a mobile version. This version of the game is called League of Legends: Wild Rift. The game works on smartphones differently than usual games. However, the core MOBA gameplay is still intact and playable on the go.

Not many players around the world have gotten the chance to play in the closed beta. Back in September, only the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand had the chance. The open beta is still slowly rolling out to other regions around. The beta is said to be slowly going live in Europe in early 2021. The rumors around are about the game coming to the Americas in March. There hasn’t been a public launch or announcement yet.

League of Legends: Wild Rift Price

Wild Rift was first announced back in October 2019 as part of Riot Games’ 10th-anniversary celebration of League of Legends’ debut. In mid-2020, the game was being tested in two regions: Brazil and the Philippines. When it comes to the price, we are expecting the mobile version to be free to play just like the base of League of Legends was.

What We Know about Wild Rift Specs, Ranked, and Unlocks

The developers of the game and also Riot Games have filled us with much information via Twitter. Minimum specs are known but still. Riot Games speculated before that they would end up being back in May 2020. Wild Rift’s minimum specs is said to be Android phones with 1.5 GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 410 chipset, Adreno 306 GPU, and 32-bit Android processor support, as well as iPhone 6.

Wild Rift features

Wild Rift just like the original base game League of Legends. The game is an isometric game that helps you follow your champion as you control them around the screen on the map. You can see clearly while fighting your enemies and destroying towers. There are myriad buttons available on the right sides for attacks, abilities, and also items. The left side on the other hand is for moving your champion around the map.

The game is currently offering few modes. There are modes that allow you to select each that suits your level. Once you learn the controls and finding your champion, it lets you stick with training or directly jump into a game. We can say that the control is in your hands! You can also play against the AI with friends, which means you can grab some friends and enjoy a game!

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