Full League of Legends: Wild Rift alpha roster unveiled by Riot

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League of Legends is no doubt one of the most famous esports title. With over ten years of existence, it gathered tens of millions of fans every month. With an estimate of 27 million daily players, it was only a matter of time before Riot finally considered a mobile version. In October 2019, the organization showcased a part of its future with the announcement of League of Legends: Wild Rift. Now, the game entered its alpha testing state, bringing it a step closer to its final release. A gameplay video has also been made available to the public, unveiling all Wild Rift champions to date.

For now, the alpha roster includes Shyvana, Aurelion Sol, Orianna, Fizz, Ashe, Tryndamere, Twisted Fate, Soraka, Nami, Nasus, Braum, Miss Fortune, Graves, Jinx, Alistar, Olaf, Gragas, Jax, Malphite, Ahri, Master Yi, Lux, Annie, Garen, Fiora, Vi, Blitzcrank, Camille, Jhin, Ezreal, Janna, Vayne, Xin Zhao, Zed, Yasuo, and Ziggs.

Of course, new champions will be available as the game expands.

As mobile games are more suited for a fast pace approach, it is important to make some adjustments.

“We want to retain the feel of your favorite champions so they’re authentic to what you know from League and we only look for changes where it makes sense, like to accommodate Wild Rift’s faster game pacing, our slightly smaller map, or to adjust for the dual-stick controls,” said League of Legends: Wild Rift product manager David “Papa Smoothie” Xu.

For example, Riot made some changes to Nasus in order to lower his speed at getting stacks. Fans can expect to see their favorite characters but modified to accommodate them to Wild Rift. Speaking for the masses, Blizzard Community Development Lead Adam Fletcher expressed his excitement for the game after the release of this gameplay video.

Players have seen a lot of different companies trying to imitate League of Legends on mobile platforms. However, players still wanted an official port of League of Legends on mobile devices. With this huge market being what it is, it may be vital for Riot Games to do this right. As the game is now ready for its first round of large-scale testing, players can register here to try to get access.

Written by Charles FUSTER

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