LEAGUE of Legends Wild Rift could be the next big phone game and news about the LoL Wild Rift beta was shared.
League of Legends Mobile’s release date may still be far away, but lol mobile beta tests seem to be being done.
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Riot Games announced plans to bring a new version of League of Legends to mobile devices and consoles in early 2019. League of Legends has been confirmed to be separate and will be named League of Legends Wild Rift.
Fans began to hear more about beta tests in the first report for LoL mobile. According to recent reports, closed beta tests are underway for the mobile version of the game.
There doesn’t seem to be plans to expand it to more League players yet, but it looks like they’ll share more news in the months we’ve been.
From confirmed, League of Legends Wild Rift matches take about 18 minutes to less time on mobile devices.
Riot Games has already confirmed that the mobile version will be made the most modern, but it is unclear whether plans have changed since the tests began. League of Legends will offer a redesigned 5v5 MOBA format aimed at downloading games on mobile devices in 20 minutes.
For now, we have no choice but to wait for reports of closed beta tests to leak until we hear more from Riot Games.
We also know lol mobile will have its own eSports events, but it’s unclear how big they will be.
League of Legends Mobile Release Date
Although Riot Games did not offer a full launch program, they offered a rough guide.
The League of Legends Wild Rift will be released on mobile devices in 2020 and consoles will follow later.
LoL Mobile: Wild Rift will see a series of alpha and beta tests, some of which start this year.
The developer team announced that the League of Legends Wild Rift will be released on Android and iOS in 2020.
League of Legends Wild Rift Release Date
Console versions will follow and it looks like it won’t come until 2021, so maybe it’s a new game for PS5 and Xbox Scarlett.
“Starting in China, we will begin the alpha and beta testing process by the end of the year,” Riot explains.
“The plan is for the mobile version to fully live all over the world by the end of 2020 and the console will arrive after a while.
“We rebuilt the game from scratch (everything). Renewed models, animations, gaming systems and more. But we’ve stuck to the basic League of Legends game you know.
We didn’t want to move LoL to the Wild Rift; We want to make the Wild Rift feel like it’s designed for new platforms and use it to make a lot of improvements in the game.
“While you won’t get what you opened on a LoL PC, you’ll get great rewards during your time in the PC version.”
Riot Games confirmed that the first open beta tests for the game will be conducted in China, as well as in other regions. In the meantime, users who want to participate in the LoL Wild Rift beta can register at this link.