The #League10 live stream has a lot of things in store for the world of of League of Legends in not just the PC game but with the overall League gaming ecosystem. One of the biggest if not the most awaited announcement is the League of Legends mobile game that was leaked a few months ago.

Revealed as League of Legends: Wild Rift. This non-pc version of the game is going to be released not just on mobile, but also on consoles as well.

Here’s the full video of the release that happened earlier this morning:

Based on the video and described by Riot Games executive producer Michael Chow, League of Legends: Wild Rift was built from scratch. Designed to have around 15-20 minute matches and a dual stick control scheme, Wild Rift was designed to preserve some gameplay elements of the original 5v5 experience. What it is not however is a port of Summoner’s Rift.

In fact, Chow emphasized that since the game was designed from the ground up, not all champs and skins from the PC will have it’s Wild Rift equivalent. And it’s not a port of the PC Game.

There will also be no transferable unlocks from the PC to Wild Rift. However, Chow promises there are rewards for those who have dedicated playing league for the past ten yeas on Wild Rift. Chow also added that since they took the from scratch development for Wild Rift, they were able to do a full visual remaster of the original game.

Screenshots

Basing on the shots seen on the video, the game really looks awesome.

League of Legends: Wild Rift is slated to be released by 2020, with the roll-out on most platforms and regions globally by the end of next year.  There will be limited alphas for the game later this year so let’s see if we can actually be able to get into that.

Meanwhile, while waiting for next year, you can now pre-register to the game here.