League of Legends: Wild Rift is just around the corner.
Riot Games, who practically invented the MOBA genre with the original League of Legends way back in 2009, is bringing its world-conquering franchise to European smartphones for the first time on December the 10th.
This long-awaited spin-off, previously known as Summoners Rift, sees players going head to head in 5v5 tactical matches involving several different unit types. Wild Rift also introduces a number of new features to the series, including a handy control stick for movement and aiming.
Mobile gamers can’t wait to see how this small-screen reimagining measures up against franchise imitators like VainGlory and Arena of Valor.
But the launch isn’t restricted to mobile gamers. Thanks to free Android emulator LDPlayer, you’ll be able to play League of Legends: Wild Rift on your PC. That means you’ll have all the advantages of PC gaming, including a bigger screen, better performance, and keyboard and mouse controls. Your enemies won’t know what hit them.
Controls are totally customisable on LDPlayer, meaning you can bind certain commands to particular keys, among other things.
Plus, LDPlayer has support for multiple instances, so that you can have the game running in one window while doing something else – watching a video, reading a wiki, even playing another game of Wild Rift – in the other.
The level of customisation LDPlayer offers is out of this world. You can even customise the use of your computer’s RAM and CPU, as well as tweaking the display resolution and setting the language.
But you don’t have to be a technological wizard to use it. LDPlayer is for everyone, with a simple drag and drop interface letting you jump into games quickly and easily. You don’t even need to log in to Google Play to use it.
To get yourself battle ready download League of Legends: Wild Rift on PC for December the 10th.