Riot Games released gameplay footage for League of Legends: Wild Rift

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Riot Games released gameplay footage for League of Legends: Wild Rift, the console, and mobile spin-off title of the original League of Legends game on PC. In the presentation video, the entire Champions roster is showcased alongside available skins and revamped gameplay.

Riot previously stated that Wild Rift won’t be a direct port of the original PC version of League of Legends; opting for a liter version instead. The starting roster incorporates 36 out of the current 148 characters available in the original LoL title. A wide variety of healers, mages, marksman, assassins, brawlers, and more are featured. Some returning Champions include Ashe, Aurelion Sol, Blitzcrank, Jax, Janna, and Jinx to name a few. Gameplay has also been tweaked to better suit mobile and consoles, as it now features a two-stick setup alongside shorter matches and smaller maps.

Some skills, like Miss Fortune’s Double Up, have been changed to work differently. Double Up usually involves selecting an enemy to fire a bullet at and having it ricochet off, to hit an enemy behind it. In Wild Rift, it’ll be a skill you have to aim with an indicator, rather than just hover and select an enemy. If you need Buy League of Legends Mobile Boosting, you can visit our site

The last time we had any news about League of Legends: Wild Rift was earlier this year in March when Riot released a new video detailing the latest progress with development. At the time, a potential release window for the platform had yet to be given, with the team lead for Wild Rift saying that the game needed a bit more time. Much like with Riot Valorant announcement last week via Summer Game Fest, perhaps further details on the release window for Wild Rift will be detailed soon as well.

We don't have a release date for Wild Rift just yet, but today's gameplay video should be more than enough to sate fans for at least a couple more months. In the meantime, Riot plans to kick off early alpha testing shortly, and it will be selecting its testers from the pool of people that have pre-registered for the game on the Google Play Store.