New Wild Rift Champions for Patch 3.2 Leaked by Dataminers
Three new Wild Rift champions arriving in the League of Legends: Wild Rift Patch 3.2 update have been leaked by dataminers. The champions believed to be released in the upcoming major update are Pyke, Ekko, and Nautilus. Hints of these champions being prepared to be released have been discovered throughout various Wild Rift patch previews and datamined files from the app itself. Riot Games is yet to confirm the release of the three new champions in Wild Rift. However, with the Wild Rift Patch 3.2 update on the horizon, fans may be hearing more from the developers anytime soon.
Three new Wild Rift champions may be arriving soon
According to the dataminer, , a lot of hints and datamined files point towards the release of the Support Champions Pyke, Mage Champion Ekko, and Tank Champion Nautilus.
Pyke is one of the most interesting supports in the game. He is a support who gets the most advantage if he can score kills with his allies. Allies who helped secure a kill with Pyke will receive a share of the gold bounty.
Pyke’s release in Wild Rift had been hinted at in the previous Patch 3.1 preview where an image of Bilgewater, the region where Pyke resides was shown.
ChowZ revealed that Ekko’s in-game files have been inside the Wild Rift app for quite some time now. However, the devs reportedly decided to release Veigar instead of Ekko.
A cryptic post was also uncovered by dataminers which may relate to Ekko releasing soon in Wild Rift.
This champion was hinted to be released in Wild Rift in 2020. According to ChowZ, he had found Nautilus’s in-game assets in the Beta Testing file.
While ChowZ is “95% sure” that Ekko and Pyke will be released in Wild Rift Patch 3.2, he is still quite unsure if Nautilus will be arriving alongside the two champions. Riot Games is yet to confirm these Champion releases so we should take all the information with a grain of salt. Fans will have to wait for the official patch preview for the upcoming major update.