Developer Wright Games has confirmed that the League of Legends Wild Rift is coming to mobile devices in the UK next month. On the same day, the open beta of the game will be launched in the Middle East and North Africa, Russia and the CIS, and Turkey. Riot Games has chosen to launch Wild Rift in the UK on December 10, 2020. Meanwhile, players from Oceania, Taiwan and Vietnam will arrive shortly before December 7.
Riot has confirmed that all players in those locations will have full access to Wild Rift on Android or iOS.
The League of Legends Wild Rift is also getting a new content patch, which includes several new champions and skins, player requested features, balance adjustments and bugfixes.
It should be noted that the Wright Games have confirmed that the Wild Rift has been launched in Europe since US time, which means that an evening is likely to begin.
And for gamers waiting for the League of Legends to arrive on a mobile platform in North America, Riot says that won’t happen until next year.
A message from the Wild Rift team goes on to say: “Following the success of the regional open beta in Southeast Asia, South Korea and Japan, where Wild Rift tops the charts in all local app markets, riot magic and competitive fun partnerships Expect to continue to league with players on new platforms, regardless of their skill level or past experience.
“At the same time, a new content patch, which includes many new champions and skins, features requested by the player, balance adjustments and bug fixes, will be available for players around the world. More information will be available on December 7 (PT).
“Riot is still focused on making the game available to players from all walks of life, with the United States expected to enter open beta in 2021,” he said. ”
Another message goes on to say: “Apart from the usual outstanding changes we are making on a regular basis, we are also trying to adopt some of the major gameplay systems that League PC has improved over the years.”
“In particular, players have really enjoyed the diversity created by Elemental Rift and Dragon Souls Systems, so we are currently exploring how to integrate these two systems into Wild Rift. We’re still a long way from here, but we’re definitely paying attention!
“Our league is not aimed at complete equality with PCs because our map is different, performance shortcomings, differences in dragon systems, and so on.
“Nevertheless, we want the league players to be able to take more knowledge from the Summer Rift to the Wild Rift.
“We look forward to this achievement by keeping the most defined aspects of our future Elemental Rift and Dragon Soul systems similar to League PC.”
Expect more news from Wright Games as we approach the full opening of the League of Legends Wild Rift.
It should be noted that the mobile version is only the first, Wild Rift also came to the console in 2021 or earlier.