The last season for League of Legends.

So, when Riot Games finally launched its final season of League of Legends, the company announced a slew of new updates for its other League-focused facilities.

And on Friday morning, Riot Games held a massive public broadcast, where it finally announced various updates to its fast-growing collection of games in the Runeterra universe.

At the heart of the presentation is the central game of Riot-League of Legends. With the release of season 11, a series of fairly high-quality gameplay updates is coming out. Players can now buy mythical items in-game, items also offer a significant change to the hero’s skill set. And the in-game store has received a significant update that offers situational item recommendations and an updated visual interface.

Also, the next champion was announced-Viego, this is the ruined king. He is the titular villain of Riot’s first single-player game, The Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, as well as the last cinematic film of the season; Ruin. Viego will soon be released on PBE and is expected to be available to the public by the end of the month.

And the Riot team hinted at a visual update for Dr. Mundo. One of the oldest lol characters, as well as three new champions.It is with the expansion of lol to mobile devices and consoles through a port like Wild Rift that Riot Games is already taking the first steps to create a framework that will allow players to compete globally on an esports level. This includes the announcement of Wild Rift tournaments in Asia and Japan, as well as North America gaining access to the open beta version of Wild Rift in early 2021. Players who already have access will also get access to the first ranked season along with the in-game Yordle Expedition event, where four classic Yordle champions will join the WR.

Legends of Runeterra, a digital trading card game, will also get some significant updates soon. The first will be the addition of Aphelion, the Targon champion in February. In March, “Empires of The Ascended” will be introduced, an expansion pack that will allow players to use maps from Shurima-the desert region of Runeterra. Additional expansions are expected to come out in May and June, as well as special lab events, new themed events, and the first co-op game against an Artificial Intelligence Lab.

Riot’s interesting autobattler, Teamfight Tactics, will maintain its esports scene with the upcoming Championship. But for those more interested in the play, expect two updates to the ‘sets’ (character collections) this year. Riot will change the line-up this spring with the update of TFT Fates ‘ Festival of Beasts.” This will include new champions, character traits and little legends.

So, at the end of everything, Riot finally asked the players to express their opinion on which League champions deserve the next visual update, as well as what the next theme will be.

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