Wild Rift, also known as LoL: Mobile is a mobile game port of League of Legends. The port has it's own bespoke set of features, to make the experience work on the new platform. The name comes from the game’s new map, Wild Rift, which is known as Summoner’s Rift is the PC version of the title.The gameplay is the same as in League of Legends at its core. A 5v5 MOBA, with a slightly smaller map and dual-stick controls. Matches are supposed to last around 15 minutes, and the title is Riot Games’ first full mobile game release.
The game has many of the same champions and items as League, but it’ll be entirely separate from the PC version of the game. Instead of brewing up a shoddy port to make a quick buck, Riot has spent years developing the game from scratch.
Summoner’s Rift has been refined, systems have been tweaked, abilities have been changed, and game length has been scaled down. All in all, Wild Rift is a fresh and new version of League aimed at the mobile community. It’s a game for players who don’t want to commit to long games and would rather play while on the move instead. Furthermore,You can buy Cheap League of Legends Wild Rift Power Leveling at z2u.com by using the code “Z2U” for a 3% discount.
Wild Rift is just one part of what is shaping up to be a busy period for Riot. In addition to the new version of League, the developer is also set to launch its team-based shooter Valorant on June 2nd. Outside of that, Riot also released a League-themed card game called Legends of Runeterra earlier this year, and it’s expanding the universe further through a new indie publishing label as well as an animated series and fighting game.
Although no official Wild Rift release date has been announced, the first round of alpha testing runs from June 6-27 in the Philippines and Brazil for Android devices. The game is slated for release region by region later in 2020, with a full global rollout on mobile planned before the end of the year. The console edition will come some time after that.