It looks like League of Legends will be making it’s way to Android and iOS, and it will be called League of Legends: Wild Rift.
The game is basically the same, but instead of porting it, the company has decided to make it from the ground up.
In the game, players pick Champions who will battle head-to-head. Unlike other games, LOL seems to have some aspects of strategy. You can’t just jump right into battle – I once played like this, and failed miserably.
When it launches, it will be compltently free. While other games would generally use micro-transactions, Riot Games has decided to avoid that. This means all champions can be earned within the game for free.
While League of Legends: Wild Rift won’t launch until next year, interested players can sign up for Open Beta Invites. The beta program will start at the end of 2019, for people in China. The company hopes to have everything fully live by the end of 2020.
Even after that, it looks like Riot Games might even bring the game to console. When we hear more about this, we will update you.
In the meantime, you can play the game on PC while you wait.