Mobile Legends steps up their game with improvements like Project NEXT and Operation Attention in the pipeline and more to follow. Project NEXT is about revamping old iconic champions like Miya and Eudora, including their kits and overall graphics, while Operation Attention is the sum of Moonton’s efforts to optimize MLBB matchmaking. Taking notes from one of the newest entrants into the mobile MOBA space, Moonton looks like it wants to replicate the success of Riot’s K-pop group K/DA. Rumours of a K-group featuring some of Mobile Legends’ most beloved heroes have been going around since October 2020.
Mobile Legends' Own K-Group?
So far there has been no official announcement from Moonton regarding the group. However, there have been several alleged leaks and a concept image that shows off a potential Mobile Legends K-pop band. So far, the group seems to consist of Brody, Selena and Chou. The colour palette of Selena’s outfit seems similar to K/DA Kai’Sa in the original K/DA skin line.
Mobile Legends has previously ventured into the music space with Party Legends for the 515 eParty event from April to May. The video currently has 20,696,389 views on YouTube.
Second Time’s The Charm?
Riot’s resident K-pop group K/DA has been a breakout success. Their first song POP/STARS has 395 million views on Facebook. The track also rose to the top of Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart. The members of the group, namely Akali, Ahri, Kai’Sa, Evelynn got a K/DA skin line two years ago. Their newest member Seraphine has been included in the new ALL OUT skin line. Evelynn and Kai’Sa were added to the League of Legends: Wild Rift as new champions. The group released BADDEST and MORE earlier this year. Riot revealed that the band’s first EP, titled All Out, which was released on 6th November. Riot also announced plans to branch out into music by taking LoL’s in-game bands like K/DA, Pentakill on live tours.