League Of Legends is among the most popular games now available on PC, with such a huge player base that no title can even get close to. The game has been a PC exclusive since its release, but now it’s been confirmed that those gaming on other platforms will soon be able to get a taste of the League of Legends experience.
During the game’s 10th anniversary celebrations, Riot Games confirmed that League of Legends: Wild Rift is coming to unspecified consoles and mobile devices. The game will not be a port of the PC release and, as such, will include a fraction of the main game’s content at launch. Only 40 characters have been confirmed, but more will be added after the game releases in 2020.
Even though the game is not a port of the original League of Legends, players will still be able to get some sort of reward if they log in into their Riot Games account.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is coming to consoles as well, but which ones haven’t been specified. Judging from some job listings found on Riot Games website, it’s likely that the game will be coming to Nintendo Switch, as the team is looking for developers with experience working on Nintendo Switch. The mobile version may be the current focus, but it wouldn’t be surprising to get another option for on-the-go play later next year after the iOS and Android versions have been released.
League of Legends: Wild Rift launches next year on iOS and Android as well as on unspecified consoles.