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36 Champions, A Turret-Like Nexus And More in LoL: Wild Rift Gameplay Dev Diary

Nutan Lele
29/May/2020 04:48 pm

Cover image, thumbnail and other images courtesy Riot Games 

  • Riot's dev diary reveals more gameplay footage and other details about Wild Rift.

Months after Riot announced Wild Rift for Mobile and Console, an edition of dev diary shows off some more details about the 36 champ roster and a slice of the different gameplay adjustments done to champions like Nasus, Twisted Fate and Shyvanna. 


Different Gameplay, Same League Feel


There is currently a selection of a limited number of Summoner Spells as well as Runes which have been modified for shorter games. 

There will be 8 keystone runes to choose from including Electrocute, Aery, Conqueror, Fleet Footwork, Grasp Of The Undying, Aftershock, Font of Life, and Kleptomancy. Along with the keystone runes, players will get a selection of 3 minor runes to compliment your keystone rune. A few new minor runes have been added which are unique to Wild Rift like Sweet Tooth and Pack Hunter. 

There are also a few changes in the jungle, like the addition of the Evolved Blue Sentinel for more late-game regen and Evolved Red Brambleback which gives a damage buff.

Another major change is the Nexus now acting like a turret, dealing damage to enemies in its range. For further information check out the dev diary below.


How to Unlock Champions, Skins, Other Cosmetics


Wild Rift will follow the same model as League where you can earn in-game currency to unlock champions. They have also retained the customisable profiles, and possibly in-game emotes. Champion skins like Battle Boss Blitzcrank, Secret Agent Xin Zhao, and Arclight Vayne will be making an appearance from the original game with new skins for Ahri and possibly Garen.


Alpha Testing


Wild Rift’s Regional Android Alpha is coming to Brazil and the Philippines for an alpha test, starting June 6 and lasting till June 27. Wild Rift will be available to a limited group of randomly selected players who have pre-registered for Wild Rift on Google Play. Riot will be collecting feedback about the core gameplay, game systems, infrastructure and service stability. They’ll be inviting more testers as time goes by so keep an eye on your email if you don’t get in on day one.

  • Regional Alpha minimum specs:
    Android phones only
    CPU: 8 Core, 1.5 GHz and above, 64-bit processors only
    RAM: 3GB and above
    Resolution: 1280 × 720 and above

  • Launch minimum spec targets:
    Android phones
    CPU: 4-core, 1.5 Ghz and above, 32-bit or 64-bit processors
    RAM: 1.5GB and above
    Resolution: 1280 × 720 and above

    iOS phones
    iPhone 6 and above

For more information check out this Q&A. League of Legends Wild Rift is set to launch on mobile devices in 2020.

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Nutan Lele is AFK Gaming's source for everything from Twitch to the Twitterati. Her focus lies in distilling esports content from around the world. As the former captain of Girlaxy India, she brings an experienced eye in analysing the League of Legends scene.