League of Legends announced on Android, iOS and console under the name Wild Rift

Riot Games has announced the arrival of League of Legends: Wild Rift on Android, iOS but also on console. The mobile version of LoL will see modifications to adapt the gameplay to touch screens. The game is announced for 2020.

The noise was running for a few months, but the information is now official, League of Legends will decline in mobile version on Android and iOS, but also on console. Riot Games confirmed it during a stream organized on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the cult MOBA. As expected, the mobile version has been reworked to tailor the player experience to smartphone screens. It will be possible to perform all actions with just two fingers. Riot Games says it's not just a port for the PC version. Wild Rift has been rewritten from the ground up.

League of Legends: Wild Rift arrives on Android and iOS in 2020

Familiar elements of LoL on PC will be found in Wild Rift despite the announced changes. Competition and strategic gameplay in 5c5 are back, but the mobile version has been redesigned so that the parties only last 15 to 20 minutes on the consoles and mobiles. Players will also be able to explore the Wild Rift Fault, a new 5c5 map inspired by the Summoner's Rift and designed for faster games.

League of Legends: Wild Rift will not offer all the known champions on PC. For its launch, there will be only 40. Riot Games nevertheless promises that other champions will be added in the future. The game will be launched on Android, iOS and console late 2020 announces the editor without further clarification. An alpha then beta release will be available before the end of this year. Pre-registrations are already open on the Google Play Store but not on the App Store for now.