League of Legends Wild Rift Release Date

League of Legends Wild Rift Release Date

The announcement of League of Legends Wild Rift was something that many players have expected for years. Contrary to the usual cries of “mobile games are bad,” Riot Games' port of the colossal League of Legends game was on the wishlist of many gamers, and it is coming to consoles as well. In October, the news finally dropped and it's impossible to escape the excitement surrounding this project. Some hints on the League of Legends Wild Rift release date were also revealed, so let's see when you can download this game for your console, Android, and iOS device.

League of Legends Wild Rift Release Date | When is the Wild Rift download available?

League of Legends Wild Rift Release Date

The League of Legends Wild Rift download isn't available at the time of writing, but you can pre-register on the Google Play Store to keep up to date. According to Riot Games, the mobile launch will come ahead of the console release, and you can expect the League of Legends Wild Rift beta during 2020. As always, you can download the game or grab the League of Legends Wild Rift apk from a trustworthy source.

Here is the current plan for the League of Legends Wild Rift release date:

  • LoL Wild Rift beta: 2020 (Android and iOS)
  • LoL Wild Rift mobile release: late 2020 (Android and iOS)
  • LoL Wild Rift console release: 2021

The 40 League of Legends Wild Rift champions planned for launch bring some familiar faces such as Annie, Nami, Nasus, and Twisted Fate. The game will be free-to-play just as its PC counterpart, but it was revamped for the new platforms. You can expect new models, animations, game mechanics, a refined map, but no cross-platform with the PC version, as that would break the balance of the game.

However, you can earn some cool Wild Rift rewards for your time spent playing League of Legends on PC.

The expected League of Legends Wild Rift system requirements for mobile are the following:

  • Android: 1GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, and Adreno 306 GPU. (Example: Samsung Galaxy A7)
  • iOS: iPhone 5S and later

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