League of Legends: Wild Rift launches open beta in the U.S.

League of Legends: Wild Rift, developer Riot Games, was revealed alongside the iPhone 12 last year in October. The regional open beta went live in the next weeks. Now, Wild Rift is launching its open beta in the United States and is available on iPhone and Android devices.

League of Legends, or LoL, is one of the most popular PC games in the world. Wild Rift is a mobile-specific version of the game. Previously, the open beta was available for Laos, Myanmar, Japan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Philippines, Thailand, South Korea, and Timor-Leste.

League of Legends: Wild Rift

League of Legends: Wild Rift Open Beta live in the U.S.

The beta includes new champions to try and new events to participate in. When the user starts to play Wild Rift, they will be met with three different events to participate in and acquire the right skills. First up, Wild Rift Academy. This event will teach players the basics of the Wild Rift battle mechanics. Then, Wild Welcome is an event for those players who want to unlock content. Last but not least, Rift-to-Rift Rewards is for those players that use their PC League of Legends account to receive free bonus content based on money and time spent on the game.

The game will consist of battle and seasonal passes like other MOBA games. Numerous content can be acquired by leveling up your character via the battle pass. Initially, a free pass is given, but it expires when a player reaches level 50. But they can change at any time to the paid version to unlock additional levels and content.

League of Legends Mobile is available on the App Store and Google Play Store in the United States. Have you tried LoL mobile? You can share your reviews in the comments below. You can also check out the cinematic trailer for Wild Rift here. Happy gaming!

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