One of the biggest PC games in the world is finally coming to other platforms. called Wild Rift
It looks League with near-identical MOBA gameplay. But it's been tweaked to better the new platforms, including a new twin-stick control scheme, a new map, and shorter matches that take place at around 15-20 minutes long. LoW LoL on PC, "Riot says," it's a polished, legitimate LoL experience that's worth players' time. "
A mobile version of League which first launched back in 2009, has been rumored for years. In the meantime, other games, including the Tencent-developed Arena of Valor have seen a lot of success in that niche. (Riot is also owned by Tencent.) Fortnite, Call of Duty, and PUBG – have grown substantially by expanding to mobile and other platforms. In fact, PUBG Mobile is among the highest-grossing mobile games in the world, while Call of Duty recently received one of the biggest launches in mobile history.
The mobile version of Wild Rift is launching in 2020, with preregistration available today through Google Play. There's no word in the game on console.