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League of Legends will be coming to mobile with the release of Wild Rift

The League of Legends fans are now excited to play the upcoming mobile version of the game, League of Legends: Wild Rift. Since the game has been announced, many are asking for more details about the game. However, it seems that Riot Games want to keep things simple and only revealed some of the features of the game.

Over 40 champions at launch. No exact number has been specified yet but at least 40 is off to a good start. Some fan favorites were confirmed to be part of this launch roster, such as Nasus, Twisted Fate, Annie, Fizz, Lux, Garen, Jinx, and Nami. (A full known roster can be found at the Wild Rift Fandom Wiki.) By comparison, when competing MOBA game Smite from Hi-Rez Studios launched on console in 2015, all of the gods on PC (around 70 at that time) were available to play. To be fair, though, the controls for Smite were easier to transfer from keyboard/mouse to gamepad than is probably the case for League of Legends. If you want to buy League of Legends Wild Rift Accounts, we 5mmo.com can give you a very low price, welcome to buy.

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The game will be a free-to-play 5v5 MOBA. It was built from scratch for the mobile platform, and the game time has been reduced to 20 minutes, Express reported. When the developers announced “League of Legends Mobile: Wild Rift” last month, they emphasized that it is not a direct port of the PC. The game does, however, share similarities to the PC version when it comes to the 5v5 MOBA gameplay, Daily Star reported.

Riot haven't revealed a specific reason for this or the specific number of champions the mobile game will boast at launch but, if nothing else, a reduced pool of available characters in the game should make the meta a little bit more accessible to newcomers.

It's not yet clear how closely the Wild Rift versions of each champion will mirror their PC counterparts. It's possible that some characters might be balanced differently or even feature abilities that their main game versions lack due to the control scheme for Wild Rift.