League of Legends Wild Rift Details Leaked alongside some video footage
As reported over on GuruGamer several leaked screenshots and video have surfaced that show a mobile version of the popular MMO League of Legends. There are a few details we’ve learned from Tencent’s apparent port to phones to go over. Firstly, through the champion select screen we know 27 of the characters that are currently in the game. Of course, there are many more in the PC version of the game. Whether or not they’ll eventually put them all in I’m not so sure, a lot of the 27 are quite simple compared to some of LoL’s latest additions.
One of the players allegedly involved in a closed beta test in Brazil, YikeZ, released some information about the game in a Q&A-style article on Mobile Mode Gaming. The video itself shows gameplay, but the quality of the video leaves a lot to be desired. If this is an actual video of the beta test, it’s hard to see what the gameplay is actually like. It doesn’t answer any questions that weren’t already answered by Riot’s announcement of the game, either. If you are in lack of League of Legends Wild Rift Account, visit our site 5mmo.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.
YikeZ provided some answers to questions regarding the game, however. He touched on the quality of the game and some of the mechanics. The game ran smoothly with low ping and minimal lag, according to the article. He claims the games are each about 18 minutes and there isn’t really a way to speed them up. He also touched on some of the mechanics, abilities, and items in the game.
Fortunately, seeing how the game is currently in closed testing, a couple of interesting details have leaked. Now, this isn’t anything monumental, but it’s still enough to make the wait a bit easier to bear. Before we dive any deeper into the leaked information, keep in mind that the game is currently in alpha, meaning anything written below is subject to change. Everything we’ve learned is perfectly plausible and doesn’t deviate much from the mobile MOBA norm, which gives the leaker a fair bit of credence.
The information shared by YikeZ hasn’t been corroborated with a known source from Riot, so it’s impossible to say if it’s legitimate at time of writing.