Since Riot Games announced the mobile variant of its insanely famous MOBA game League of Legends, fans are very eager to see how the game will look like. However, apart from the official name League of Legends: Wild Rift, we still haven't got anything new from the gaming giant yet. Until yesterday!

To be more specific, Riot has dropped a 'dev diary' video on Wild Rift, and not only does their staff tells us about how they're doing with the game, but they also give us a glimpse on the Wild Rift gameplay as well! Overall, it looks incredibly similar to LOL on PC, and is potentially the best-looking MOBA on mobile right now!

Let's have a look at the video down here with, and find out about its changes to adapt with League of Legends mobile gaming with us below:

League of Legends: Wild Rift will maintain its core values

This March dev diary from Riot Games will focus on the thing we're waiting for the most: the champions. To be more specific, the video gave us a quick look on the titular champions from the original League of Legends, and how they're making some slight change to its to make playing Wild Rift on League of Legends mobile mobile much better.

Brian Feeney - the lead of the LoL: Wild Rift designing team is the one revealing about those features. Overall, LoL Mobile will keep the same level of potentials in which people are familiar League of Legends. Be ready to see insane Vayne tumbling outplays, or Yasuo stylishly dashing through minions - like what we can see from the video.

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The most favorite (and annoying) champion in Lol - Yasuo - is going to be the same in Wild Rift

But will change some abilities for better control and more funs

That's what most people are afraid of the League of Legends mobile version, but the designing team is working hard to bring you the same amount of satisfaction with Wild Rift as LoL can. However, it's impossible to port the whole game on your mobile devices without some changes to adapt to the specific controls on smartphones, and Riot also keeps an eye on that as well.

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Not everything is going to be similar to the original League of Legends in Wild Rift

As a result, some champions with unique passive skills on their skillsets now will receive bonus active skills to keep them playable. For example, Vayne's Silverbots now allow you to one-tap it to temporarily increase her attack speed, while still keep the titular True Damage by percentage health. That might sound too over-powered, but Riot will surely do something to balance it.

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Champions with passive abilities now have bonus active parts to increase their playability

At the same time, some other point-n-click abilities will also be changed as well, as they are not suitable for League of Legends mobile gaming experiences. For example, Annie's and Miss Fortune's Q are now changed to skill shots, which make it less hard to cast and encourage healthier Wild Rift gameplay. However, some important abilities like Vi's Ultimate (which is also point-n-click) - will remain the same.

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Some abilities will remain the same, which some are changed to skill shots to help you with your cast

Riot also teased that there might be also some changes just for the memes, like Lux's giant laser beam abilities now is even longer than what it is in LoL!

LoL Mobile won't come out this year

To cap everything up, the team revealed that League of Legends: Wild Rift might not come out soon. Specifically, they're still testing Wild Rift thoroughly, and there will not be any new information on the game by the end of this year. It also refers that LoL mobile won't come out this year either.

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It isn't likely for us to have new updates on LoL Mobile until the end of this year

At the time it releases, League of Legends: Wild Rift (LoL mobile) will be available for free on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Of course, there will be some in-app purchases, which might be for unlocking champions and skins - just as how League of Legends are working now on PC. Gurugamer will provide the latest updates on this game, so don't forget to sign-up and get notifications on our articles.

On another story, Riot Games' first-person 5v5 hero shooter Valorant also released its gameplay trailer, champions and other information as well. You can have a look at the video below, and find out about that information in our article here. Enjoy!