The one-minute ad featured Faker driving a bus with Wild Rift displayed on it. Faker greeted passengers with a word-play, asking if they “want to get on the bus?” which is slang in Korea for getting carried.
Later on as passengers boarded, the device at the entrance scanned their rank in the game. While some passed with ranks like Iron, Silver, and Gold, one passenger caught Faker and Teddy’s attention while scanning his device. It kept saying “Challenger, Challenger, Challenger” with the camera revealing the legendary jungler CloudTemplar himself.
Wild Rift has been getting a lot of publicity recently, with the first regional open beta coming later this month. South Korea is one of the lucky regions to be getting the mobile port of League early on, giving them a headstart in learning the game compared to fans from Europe or North America.
Mobile League of Legends players will get to join in on the excitement surrounding K/DA’s upcoming EP. League’s popular girl band is making its way to the Wild Rift stage, Riot announced today.
K/DA made its debut in 2018 with the hit single “POP/STARS.” And now, the group is making its comeback across League, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics, and Wild Rift with an upcoming five-song EP titled ALL OUT. The album’s theme carries over to the champions’ new skins, which will be available for purchase in Wild Rift at the end of October.
K/DA ALL OUT Seraphine will cost 1,325 Wild Cores, while skins for the four main members of the group will run you 990 Wild Cores.
Ahri is the only champion from the band that’s available in the Wild Rift roster right now. The next champion in line to join the mobile version of League is Lee Sin. The other K/DA girls might be coming to Wild Rift soon, however, fully decked out in their ALL OUT glory.
Riot Games recently released a magazine focused on the life of the K/DA Group. The magazine known as “SHARP” features the lifestyle of all champions in the band and how they grew to become what they are today. The main draw of “SHARP” is an interview with the four stars of K/DA, asking them about the evolution of their craft and how the success of debut single “POP/STARS” has both awed and inspired them. Each character also has new art with them decked out in fashionable and classic black, dripping in style.