Keep updated on all news about League of Legends: Wild Rift
- 29/05/20 Riot Games has revealed the gameplay details for League of Legends: Wild Rift
- 15/05/20 Riot Games has announced a limited alpha test scheduled for Brazil and the Philippines.
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Read below to know more about the differences between League of Legends and Wild Rift
League of Legends Wild Rift: The map will be quite different as it won’t be asymmetrical as in the PC version. Instead, it will be a mirror map, and the Red team will see the game as if they were the Blue one.
Due to that, Drakes and Baron Nashor will have their pits moved from their current spot on the opposing team’s map.
The map itself is practically Summoner’s Rift, with a few changes. Inhibitors have been removed, so destroying Inhibitor turrets will spawn super minions for the rest of the game.
Nexus turrets are also gone, but the nexus will instead fire turret shots at players, reducing the chances of a back door. Some walls and brushes in the jungle have also been changed, but for the most part, it’s the same.
The level cap has also been set at 15 instead of 18, Riot has announced that it tries to keep match times around 20 minutes.
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There are eight keystones, including Electrocute, Summon: Aery, Conqueror, Fleet Footwork, Grasp of the Undying and two new unknown keystones, with three rows of six runes.
It’s expected that items in Wild Rift will differ slightly from League of Legends, such as stats and pricing.
This page will be updated when further news is released.