Legends of Runeterra, the spin-off of Riot Games' League of Legends card game, will be released on April 30, 2020 on both PC and mobile platforms.
It starts with a new set of more than 120 maps including a new map region. Card and champion revelations will "start soon" and continue until the start, which is expected to be revealed on the various Legends of Runeterra social media channels.
Riot says beta players will keep everything they have earned or bought so far – it will be rolled over to the full version.
Legends of Runeterra also offers cross-platform gaming, so mobile users can play with people using the PC.
Note this in the latest version When Riot & # 39; s League of Legends-Auto-Battler Teamfight Tactics starts mobile, the game does not work on phones running Android OS 7 or iPhone 6S, for example not on iPhone 6.
Legends of Runeterra is somewhat more accessible. It requires Android OS 5 or iOS9 and while it works on 1GB of RAM devices like the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPad Air 1, Riot says players with these devices "may experience poor performance or game interruptions".
Players of Runeterra Beta Legends and those who sign up for the launch (before the end of May 7, 11:59 p.m. PT) will receive an exclusive Poro Guardian Moonstruck.
Beta players will also receive an exclusive beta season icon based on the highest level they have reached in the leaderboard.
At start, a partial reset is reset, with beta players dropping multiple divisions.
Riot Games has recently focused on mobile devices, with TFT launched on mobile devices and League of Legends has its own mobile version – Wild Rift – which is slated to be released later in 2020.
Riot also had a lot of fun reporting and hype this weekend about his upcoming shooter – Valorant.
- Valorant enters the closed beta in selected regions. More will follow, depending on the COVID 19 situation.
- Legends of Runeterra Interview: Steve Rubin out of turmoil about the lack of card packs, the esport potential of the game and the introduction of new characters into the lore
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