League of Legends: Wild Rift will roll out in various regions during an alpha and beta phase, but no release date has been announced.
The announcement was made during the League of Legends tenth anniversary livestream, where the League's Executive Producer, Michael Chow, made the case for League of Legends: Wild Rift. It's great to see even with a new FPS, new versions of League of Legends coming to mobile/console, a fighting game, and a card game, the original PC hit isn't going anywhere and rightfully so. It's expected to launch in Q1 2020.
Tencent's reservation website crashed for a brief period on Tuesday morning.
Nicolo Laurent, CEO of Riot Games, drew the line in the sand by breaking down just how the abilities will be used in the game in a series of tweets.
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The ten years that have passed however puts them in the same league as Blizzard when it comes to taking their time about pushing out products. Riot also confirmed a slew of spinoff games that are now in the works, including a competitive card game and a class-based shooter.
Tencent's mobile multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) smash hit title "Honour of Kings" borrowed heavily from League of Legends.
This somewhat contradicts Daniel Ahmad's Tweet where he says that Legends of Runeterra will be the name of the game in China. Don't expect any crossplay support from it either, as the game isn't a part of the desktop LoL experience. We only really got a very quick preview of the game. Unlike the other two, this one is further along in development and has more news about it planned with Riot saying more details are coming in 2020.
Under the Axe Gaming banner, the brand will activate in League of Legends play, as well as at live events, on broadcast, at retail, and more. This is an autobattler and is actually available on PC right now. The first-person shooter, Project A, looks to be an Overwatch style character-based shooter. The game features the heroes of LoL, as well as plenty of other characters from Runeterra.