Wild Rift Heroes

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But this is a great list for people to find heroes they will like in Wild Rift coming from Mobile Legends. Continue this thread. Add a photo to this gallery League of Legends: Wild Rift (also called Wild Rift or WR) is an multiplayer online battle arena game for mobiles and consoles, developed primarily by Tencent. The game is an abridged version of its PC counterpart, League of Legends, with its own champion roster and content releases. The game was first announced by Riot Games, and entered its first closed alpha on.

League of Legends: Wild Rift currently has a pool of 47 champions, and the developers are working on expanding it. Recently, Riot Games announced that the game would be available for open beta testing in nine more regions, including Europe, Russia, North Africa, in December 2020. Meanwhile, the leaks have suggested that it will be launched with an update that will include new champions, skins, and more.

Teemo, the Swift Scout

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Difficulty Level: Moderate

Teemo is one of the most awaited champions in Wild Rift that the players are expecting to launch since the beginning of alpha testing. He is one of the tiniest champions in the game but can be a deadly one because of its notorious attacks. Teemo plays the role of ‘Marksman’ and is usually played on the top lane in the game.

Diana, Scorn of the Moon

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Difficulty Level: Moderate

Diana plays the role of a ‘Fighter’ in the mid lane and uses her magical ability, Crescent Strike, afflicting enemies struck with Moonlight, revealing them if they are not stealthed for 3 seconds to destroy the enemies. In addition to this, she also gains a temporary shield that absorbs damage and if her third sphere detonates, the shield gains additional strength. Her other abilities are Moonsilver Blade, Lunar Rush and Moonfall.

Draven, the Glorious Executioner

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Difficulty Level: High

Draven was earlier found in the alpha testing stage and players were pretty impressed with the champion. He was expected to be back in the game when the open beta testing was announced, but now as per the leaks, fans will have to wait till the December 2020 update. Draven plays the role of ‘Marksman’ and is usually played on the bottom lane and has five abilities including League of Draven, Spinning Axe, Blood Rush, Stand Aside and Whirling Death.

Darius, the Hand of Noxus

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Difficulty Level: Low

Darius plays the role of a fighter and is usually played on the Top lane in the game. He has a passive ability called ‘Hemorrhage’ that causes enemies to bleed for physical damage over 5 seconds. Darius winds up and swings his axe in a wide circle damaging the enemies and heals based on enemy champions and large monsters hit by the blade. His other abilities include Crippling Strike, Apprehend, Noxian Guillotine.

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Over a decade after it originally launched on PC, Riot's League of Legends is finally making its way to mobile and console gamers.

The new streamlined version of the popular MOBA, called League of Legends: Wild Rift, will come to Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS in 2020.

More than just a down-rezzed version of the game or port, Riot say Wild Rift has been built from the ground up to make the most of the various hardware limitations and challenges presented by smartphones, tablets and consoles. It'll feature a twin-stock control scheme plus gameplay changes like the ability to buy items remotely.

However, at least right out of the gate, Wild Rift won't feature all 145 champions currently playable in the PC version of League of Legends. Riot haven't revealed a specific reason for this or the specific number of champions the mobile game will boast at launch but, if nothing else, a reduced pool of available characters in the game should make the meta a little bit more accessible to newcomers.

It's not yet clear how closely the Wild Rift versions of each champion will mirror their PC counterparts. It's possible that some characters might be balanced differently or even feature abilities that their main game versions lack due to the control scheme for Wild Rift.

At the time of writing, around 55 champions have been confirmed for the game.

Riot's official line is that 'League of Legends: Wild Rift will launch with around 40 champions. More will follow over time.'

Update: As of February 2021, several more champions have been added to Wild Rift.

  • Tristana
  • Lulu
  • Teemo
  • Kennen
  • Wukong
  • Corki

Update: Riot have confirmed another six playable champions ahead of the open beta for League of Legends: Wild Rift, including:

Six more days to Open Beta. Six more champions join the fray. Try Darius, Draven, Kai'Sa, Evelynn, Akali, and Seraphine for free—available for testing for a limited time starting 10/22 PT. #GetRiftReadypic.twitter.com/tK7UP62plV

— League of Legends: Wild Rift (@wildrift) October 22, 2020
  • Draven
  • Darius
  • Kai'Sa
  • Evelynn
  • Akali
  • Serephine

Here's a list of the playable champion previously confirmed for League of Legends: Wild Rift:

  • Shyvana
  • Master Yi
  • Alistar
  • Ahri
  • Jinx
  • Soraka
  • Vayne
  • Jax
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  • Ziggs
  • Garen
  • Vi
  • Ezrael
  • Fiora
  • Fizz
  • Annie
  • Nasus
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  • Lux
  • Miss Fortune
  • Orianna
  • Ashe
  • Twisted Fate
  • Nami

Riot are taking pre-registration signups for League of Legends: Wild Rift on the Google Play Storefront ahead of a 2020 launch

A developer diary released in June 2020 added the following champions to the game ahead of Alpha:

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  • Blitzcrank
  • Jhin
  • Camille
  • Janna
  • Braum
  • Olaf
  • Gragas
  • Malphite
  • Aurelion Sol
  • Tyrndamere
  • Xin Zhao
  • Zed
  • Yasuo
  • Ziggs
  • Graves

Wild Rift Heroes For Beginners

When will League of Legends Wild Rift launch?

Riot have yet to announce a formal release date for League of Legends: Wild Rift.

Will League of Legends: Wild Rift feature cross play?

At this stage, Riot have ruled out crossplay between Wild Rift players and PC gamers keen to stick with the regular League of Legends client. For all intents and purposes, the two are separate titles. Allowing for crossplay between them is a cool idea but, given the gameplay changes being made in Wild Rift, would present considerable challenges around balance and fairness.

As for whether console and mobile players will be grouped together, it's not yet clear. Despite the developers original promise of additional news about the console versions of League of Legends: Wild Rift in 2020, any info about how these versions fit into the broader picture remains absent.

Will League of Legends: Wild Rift come to next-generation consoles like the Xbox Series X and Playstation 5?

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Back in 2019, when Wild Rift was first announced, neither Microsoft nor Sony had begun to formally unveil their next generation games console plans. Since no major updates about the console versions of Wild Rift have been released by Riot since then, it is not yet known whether the developer are looking to launch the game on both current and next-generation hardware platforms.

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