The official release of Legends of Runeterra is approaching alongside a new expansion — and Riot games just revealed a brand new Demacian champion: Quinn.
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It's finally time for the official release of Legends of Runeterra on PC and mobile! On April 30 you will be able to access the game from your mobile, but a brand new expansion will also be implemented!
Riot Games are tackling Legends of Runeterra's progress and economy system. Everything you need to know about the last patch is in this article!
The next expansion has not yet been announced and dataminers have already discovered a lot of information on potential new regions and new champions to discover. For the moment nothing is official, meaning all of this has to be taken with great caution!
After two Preview patches and 6 weeks of open beta, it will soon be time for a big update on game progress and economy!
It was about time for the Shadow Isles to get strike by the nerf hammer...
It's been just over a month since Legends of Runeterra went into open beta — the opportunity for Riot to share some thoughts on the state of the game, go over some remarks and talk about priorities for the year.
We've all been waiting for it for a while, but it was the Singapore players who first got their hands on the mobile version of Legends of Runeterra.
Still in open beta, Riot Games announce Legends of Runeterra's second content patch, much lighter than the 0.9 in mid-February.
If you've already acquired all the cards you wanted during this beta and you're hesitating to keep your precious jokers for the future, don't worry: the developers have confirmed that there is no limit to the number of Wildcards that can be accumulated.
In the world of card games, new expansions often mean rotation. New cards replace old ones, and always create new ways to play. Design Director Andrew Yip has confirmed that Legends of Runeterra will be no exception!
As Riot has already announced, Legends of Runeterra will have a mobile version, which should appear at the official release of the game this year.
LoR has been in open beta since January 24, and the first balance patch is coming today. This Version 0.9 fixes some flaws in the deckbuilder, but also modifies some cards already emblematic of various mechanics (such as Fearsome), or others very popular in the meta.
In an interview with Invenglobal, Legends of Runeterra Publishing Manager Dillon Buckner spoke about the development of the game and its business model, including Riot Games' approach to card balancing.
The first patch of Legends of Runterra open beta doesn't bring that much to the game — except three new guardians and the schedule for the following update cycles.
The Legends of Runeterra open beta has been available to the majority of players since yesterday and Riot Games is offering us another awesome trailer.
Adventurers of Runeterra, rejoice as your new card game arrives in open beta on 24th January (or 23rd if you've pre-registered). You'll find the download link and everything you need to know to get the adventure off to a flying start.
Legends of Runeterra, Riot Games new digital card game, has six different factions representing the different regions of Runeterra. Among them, the Shadow Isles are the home of Elise, Hecarim, Kalista and Thresh.
Legends of Runeterra, Riot Games new digital card game, has six different factions representing the different regions of Runeterra. Among them, Piltover & Zaun are the home of Ezreal, Heimerdinger, Jinx and Teemo.
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