League of Legends is hitting console and mobile thanks to Wild Rift, a brand new game that expands Summoner's Rift to new platforms.
Here's everything we know about the game so far.
Latest News - Wild Rift Trailer
League of Legends Wild Rift is making a statement by bringing the series to new platforms.
To make an even bigger statement, we have an amazing new hype Wild Rift trailer to back it up!
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You can watch the incredible trailer below:
Wild Rift Release Date
League of Legends hits mobile and console with Wild Rift, but we don't have an exact release date for the full game just yet.
But fans don't fret, because we do have some release dates for the open beta period. And for some regions, this is less than a week away!
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Wild Rift Open Beta
For Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and Timor-Leste - the regional Wild Rift open beta starts 27 October.
For Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Oceania, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, and Vietnam - the regional Wild Rift open beta begins in early December.
The Americas will have to wait, however, as the open beta kicks off for these regions in Spring 2021.
Once the open beta is open in a region, there will also be content posted each day around the Wild Rift open beta, including gameplay clips, featured regional content creators and more.
The latest Wild Rift update is Patch 1.0, and we have change notes for what's to come.
The patch will introduce Lee Sin to Wild Rift, one of the most popular League of Legends champions ever made.
Along with Lee Sin being permanently released on Wild Rift, six champions will be given a trial run. These six champions include Akali, Darius, Draven, Evelynn, Kai'Sa, and Seraphine. All six will become permanent at a later day, but will be temporarily available from 22 October to 27 October.