Last year, Riot Games announced a mobile spin-off of the legendary MOBA, League of Legends.
However, we didn’t know a thing about the upcoming game until March 19!
At last, the developer revealed more details about League of Legends: Wild Rift, and we caught the news hot. When the game is out, you’ll be able to read a full review at https://freepps.top/. Until then, enjoy the new facts in this news article and visit Freepps.top for reviews of the latest mobile apps and games.
More Than We Expected
Instead of posting a short trailer video, Riot Games decided to publish an episode of the developer’s diary with design lead for Wild Rift Brian Feeney. For almost 3 minutes, Feeney tells about the progress and concepts of the new game along with demonstrating live gameplay demos. Surprisingly, it looks like League of Legends PC version, which makes it the best-looking mobile MOBA even before the initial release.
Maintaining Core Concepts
In the dev diary video, we can see titular champion characters from the original LoL. It looks like the core features of each champion are preserved but adapted for mobile controls. Be sure that you will have an opportunity to play your favorite heroes, including crazy Vayne and one of the most stylish, annoying, but incredibly popular ones, Yasuo. As we see in the video, both of them will fully match the original canon.
However, some of the champion’s abilities will be changed for better controls and more dynamics. Sounds good, but most fans are afraid of Wild Rift because of these changes. While the development team claims to do its best to bring the same level of pleasure with LoL’s gameplay, fans estimate some features to be spoiled.
At Freepps.top, we understand that it’s impossible to port such a game as LoL to mobile devices without adapting it to the platform. And fans’ worries are also clear. But take a look at the franchise’s history, and you will see that it’s a title that hasn’t had many failures compared to other developers like Blizzard and alike. Besides, the decision to publish dev diary instead of promo trailers lets us assume that Riot Game’s intentions are really serious.
As for Vayne, it will have a new passive skill that lets her temporarily increase attack speed along with the active True Damage skill. That looks like overpowering the champion, but we believe Riot will balance it. We also know that Annie’s and Miss Fortune’s Q will be replaced with skill shots that are easier to cast. At the same time, Vi’s Ultimate ability looks totally the same.
Well, not really. Riot revealed that the work on the game might drag on for another year or even more. This dev diary episode is the first and probably the last this year as the team is busy testing the gameplay. The good news is that Wild Rift will be available for free with the same in-game purchases as in the PC version.