After the storm of Star Guardians, League of Legends fans are about to receive more Legendary skins right in 2022.
Recently, on the Twitter channel of Big Bad Bear (BBB) - a leaker before the news about League of Legends revealed that there will be two or three legendary skins released in the near future, including a whole new line of skins called Inferno Neon.
Version 12.14 will have a new line of skins:
Specifically, according to the video content Big Bad Bear announced that the Steel Corps will have a new member. The rest of the skins in patch 12.14 will most likely belong to the new Inferno Neon product line (roughly translated: Glowing Hell).
The plot of Star Guardians will be continued:
According to Big Bad Bear, the Blazing Inferno skin line will appear following the Star Guardian event 2022 in the current version. The list of generals participating in the “legion” of Inferno has not been announced, but BBB says Pyke will have a place in the legion with the rank of Legend. This is definitely Riot Games’ favor for Pyke, because “Red Water Assassin” just had the most recent skin at the end of March with the name – Pyke Ashes Knight, Mythic level.
Pyke Knight of Ashes – Pyke’s Mythical skin has just been released
Camille joins the Steel Corps:
In addition to Pyke, Camille was also revealed by BBB to have a “new job” in the Steel Legion, with a Legendary level. In addition, BBB said he found lines of code related to “Kendo master” Irelia, but the details of the skin line and level have not been fully verified. Surely, Irelia’s fans are looking forward to her “new outfit”, because the last time Irelia had this honor was more than a year ago (the Great Depression).
The number of skins that Riot Games is expected to achieve in 2022 must exceed 140, so from now until the end of the year, LoL fans will definitely see many more “super products” released. . Game4V will fully update information about these costumes, to readers as soon as possible.
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