Riot Games is in the process of launching a mobile version of its global blockbuster hit, League of Legends. While this version of the game – called League of Legends: Wild Rift – is slightly different to work on smartphones, it still keeps the core MOBA gameplay intact and playable on the go.
That’s the intention, though not many players have gotten to try the game out yet: it finally got a closed beta in September, but only in the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand, followed by an open beta slowly rolling out to other regions.
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