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League of Legends: Wild Rift early test to kick off in June

Last year Riot Games revealed that they were working on a version of League of Legends for mobile devices and consoles, known as Wild Rift. Although a couple of months have passed since this announcement, it seems that the company is finally ready to reveal more information about this version, because an alpha test will start the following month.

A couple of days ago an error by Riot Games seemed to indicate that League of Legends: Wild Rift it was already available on Android devices. However, the official account of the game clarified this situation. The game is not ready to hit the market yet, but early access will start in June, although it will only be accessible in Brazil and the Philippines. Similarly, the company has revealed the minimum requirements of the game.

-RAM memory: 1.5 GB

-Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 410

-GPU: Adreno 306

-Operating system: 32-bit Android

-In the case of iPhone, support will be given from iPhone 6 models

Similarly, Riot Games is expected to offer more information on this title in late May.. That said, it is certain that from June we will have more information about this version. At the moment there is no talk about the console edition, only the mobile edition, but it is sure that as the Summer Game Fest advances, new data will be revealed.

Via: League of Legends: Wild Rift

Sebastian Quiroz

23 years. Editor at Pop culture consumer.



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