League of Legends' Teamfight Tactics will offer a standalone version on mobile devices next year, Riot Games recently confirmed. Celebrating its 10th anniversary last night, League of Legends is a PC phenomenon, making it somewhat confusing that only now the game is heading to other platforms. Would you like to see this new version of LoL released on Switch?
Those who transition from desktop to mobile will find their progression will carry over; players will login using their usual League of Legends credentials. Riot is however exploring the possibility of cross-platform play between the mobile versions and the console versions of the game.
In a cinematic (told you we'd get some more content like that) Riot confirmed that the next champion to be released is none other than Lucian's wife, Senna. There are new Rise of the Elements tweaks on the way here too, the promise of Ultra Rapid Fire (URF) mode for a limited time and word that nine albums full of music from the game's seasons are going live on streaming services starting today.
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Riot's hero shooter doesn't have an official title yet, so it's now codenamed Project A. However, Riot did reveal that the Project A shooter will take place on a near-future Earth and will boast a "lethal cast of characters". The game will be launched on mobile and PC in 2020, and you can pre-register for it as well. "Wild Rift is not a port of LoL on PC", Riot confirmed. We can narrow it down, though, considering only a dozen or so champions come from Piltover and its underbelly of Zaun. Those of you familiar with League will know by that name that it'll be set in the same universe as Riot's MOBA titan.
"Bottom line: In Legends of Runeterra, you will never pay for randomized packs, and you have a bunch of different ways to get the cards you actually want and build multiple decks for both casual duels and the competitive meta".