League Of Legends: Wild Rift 2022 Plans Revealed, Console Version Delayed
The Wild Rift is about to get even wilder as Riot Games revealed its plans for League of Legends: Wild Rift for the coming year, starting with patch 3.1 on March 24th.
The video started with one bad news, especially for those who are looking for a console version of the game: Wild Rift will not join consoles in 2022. The reason for the delay was not specified.
As far as existing mobile versions go, the biggest change to Wild Rift is the introduction of the Elemental Rift, a new arena with changing terrain based on match events. The new arena will include several dragons that grant buffs on kill, as well as terrain changes depending on one of three formats: Hellish, Mountainous, and Oceanic. The new arena will only be available on test servers for patches 3.1 and 3.2 and will debut in the main game with patch 3.3.
Other changes include the addition of items like Divine Sunderer and Hullbreaker, changes to existing items like Death’s Dance, Fimbulwinter and Solari Chargeblade, and a full schedule of events ranging from full collaboration with the PC version of League of Legends to returning themes. like Pool Party and Pulsefire.
The video also shows off some of the new skins coming to Wild Rift in the next few months. The skins are shown below:
- Blood Moon Shen
- Arden Karma
- Pretty Kitty Rengar
- Furyhorn cosplay Veigar
- Pajama Guard Ezreal
- Pajama Guardian Lux
- Graves of marauders
- Marauder Mark
League of Legends Wild Rift is a free-to-play 5v5 MOBA based on Riot Games’ longtime PC game. Now available on both iOS as well as android devices.
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