League of Legends: Wild Rift – Lee Sin Now Available!

Lee Sin Wild Rift
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League of Legends Wild Rift will soon enter open beta and players in select regions will enjoy the mobile LoL offshoot. Another champion has now been added: Lee Sin!

League of Legends: Wild Rift is eagerly anticipated. After a long development phase, the Open Beta will start on October 27, and players from selected regions will be able to enjoy the mobile offshoot of the MOBA classic on their smartphones. For this we can recommend two things in particular: Look forward to it and make sure you get a powerful smartphone! The champion pool is also gradually filling up, and the latest addition to the roster of playable characters is no other than Lee Sin!

Insec Moves on the Smartphone?

The Blind Monk now enters the Rift and is champion number 49, who will be available in Wild Rift. Some wonder what the controls of the champion will be like. After all, the Insec move is one of the most challenging in the entire game and requires a good deal of practice. In Wild Rift, Lee Sin has all his skills but with one small change.

In LoL's PC version, jumping to a ward with Lee Sin's "W" is an important mechanic that every good Lee Sin player must master. In Wild Rift, the whole thing looks a bit different. Instead of jumping to a specific object or an ally, he just dashes towards the indicated direction. Insec moves are still possible in combination with his ultimate but they are adapted to smartphone conditions and much less complicated - Riot probably tested this and came to that conclusion

Open Beta in December in Europe

With the latest info on Lee Sin, the hype on League of Legends: Wild Rift is rising once again. All players from European countries still have to be patient as the Open Beta will be available in Europe in December. That's not the worst though as players from North America will even have to wait until next year.

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Original article by EarlyGame's Nikolas Krudewig.