As an extension of the list of games that will appear in the iPhone 12 catalog, Apple and Tencent Games announced that League of Legends: Wild Rift will also be released on iOS devices. A date has just been confirmed and the game will go into open beta on October 27.
The date in question is only valid for countries such as Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand. Sadly, Brazilian players will enjoy themselves for a while until Riot Games announces the official date here.
The good news is that there is at least one forecast for the open beta in America: Spring 2021 – Brazilian Fall, a season starting March 20 and running through June 20; the public test should be launched here sometime during that period.
Check out some news for the next update:
- New Champion: In the new patch, arriving later this month, the Wild Rift will release one of the most popular League of Legends junglers for PC: Lee Sin the Blind Monk.
- Rewards: In South Korea and Japan, players can log in with their existing Riot Games accounts and earn rewards based on their time and amount invested in those same League of Legends PC accounts. For Southeast Asian regions – currently in closed beta – players can create and link their Riot account to earn rewards such as champions and skins.
- Road to Wild Rift: Riot Games will release locally adapted content every day until the open beta is available. Highlights for influencers, guides and the community, providing players with everything they need to venture into the Wild Rift.