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How to Pre-Register League of Legends: Wild Rift

Following the announcement of League of Legends: Wild Rift, developer Riot Games has opened up the pre-registration process for the upcoming mobile MOBA! While Android users can now pre-register on Google Play, iOS users will have to make do on the game’s website. As mentioned during the announcement livestream, League of Legends: Wild Rift enters Alpha and Beta testing in select regions later this year, with the game rolling out to different regions by end 2020. League of Legends: Wild Rift is a standalone game, and will have minimal contact with the PC version, although it supports cross-play with consoles.

The first one is through the Wild Rift's official website, where you will only need to input your birthday and your email address. The second method is to sign up for pre-registration on Google Play Store, where you can search for the game and click the pre-register button, or be redirected from the official website of the game. Once Wild Rift is up, you will be notified by Google.

Lastly, you can pre-register through the TapTap app store, which is an app that allows you to get Chinese apps and other unreleased apps on the Google Play Store. Although the game will be available on iOS, pre-registration through the App Store is yet to open. League of Legends: Wild Rift is free-to-play with in-app purchases, mainly for skins, items, and other extras, while the champions can be unlocked without paying for money in real-life. Furthermore,You can buy Cheap lol Mobile Accounts at 5mmo.com by using the code “5MMO” for a 3% discount.

Wild Rift is treated as a completely new game because it was built entirely from scratch. The models, animations, game systems, mechanics, and more have all been refreshed. It still features the usual League of Legends gameplay, but the Riot developers didn’t want to just make a simple port.

While the unlocked skins on the PC version will not be transferred over, players will receive rewards for their time on PC. Still, the game will remain free-to-play, just like the PC version. All champions can be earned for free, but players can also choose to purchase in-game currency for cosmetic in-game items. There will be a traditional ranked ladder with cosmetic rewards as well.