League of Legends finally gets a port. Riot Games announced it will bring the multiplayer online battle arena to iOS and Android in 2020.
Publisher launches trailer for League of Legends: Wild Rift. The publisher promises to roll out beta testing for the game before the end of the year.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is not just a PC version
That runs on smartphones. Riot adapted the game for touch devices with several key changes. So the player won’t be bored by the only gameplay that presented on the PC version.
The map provided is slightly different to facilitate shorter matches. So, instead of spending 45 minutes in battle, Riot actually shortens it to 15-20 minutes.
Quoted Venture Beat, Thursday (10/17/2019), you can sign up for open beta now on the Wild Rift website. The first country that had the opportunity to take part in testing the game was China.
But, Riot plans to expand the test to other regions soon. League of Legends is not the first MOBA for mobile or console.