The League of Legends: Wild Rift release date for Latin America has been announced. Fans from the LATAM region, which includes Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, etc, will finally be able to play Wild Rift in March 2021. As stated in the Season 2021 Opening Livestream, Riot Games stated that they are currently working on different ways to help players gain access to more champions and keep up with other servers, as soon as they sign up. Even though the Wild Rift release date for Latin America has no specific date, fans can expect more information from Riot Games around March 2021.
There is currently no news regarding Wild Rift's release date for India. Fans from the said region will have to keep their eyes peeled for Riot Game's official announcement.
Wild Rift Release Date for Latin America Delayed Due to the Pandemic
Over the past few months since the release of Wild Rift, Riot Games has been transparent with its fans. The Wild Rift release date for Latin America has been delayed along with other regions like North America and India due to the global lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a Dev Diary Followup Video, Wild Rift Executive Producer, Michael Chow explained the reasons behind the delay on release dates for certain regions.
“The pandemic has the team grounded and unable to travel, making it impossible to do what we would normally do to set up new server sites and server locations,” stated Michael Chow.
Wild Rift was first launched to players from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, South Korea, and Thailand in October 2020, and will soon make its way to Latin America in March 2021. The game will be available for all Android and iOS devices. However, there are still no announcements regarding console support for the game.