Wild Rift’s beautiful, exclusive skins are making fans jealous and wonder why Riot didn’t put them on League of Legends.
Over the years, Wild Rift’s exclusive skins have made League of Legends fans jealous when they won’t be able to appear in their favorite game. Especially with the recent launch of the Mythic skins series, many players have wondered why Riot Games has given so much favor to Wild Rift.
Opinions surrounding Wild Rift aren’t new, they often revolve around the fact that the mobile version of their favorite game is getting more and more exclusive skins over time. Since then, fans can’t help but feel annoyed that Riot is “biased” Wild Rift more about asking for fairness between these two games.
And recently, with the release of PROJECT: Zeri, Nami Kieu Hung or Mythical Gwen .. has made League of Legends fans even more dissatisfied with Riot’s favor for Wild Rift.
Although the two games above both use the same characters and designs in the game. But the first thing we need to admit is that LoL and Wild Rift are not exactly the same game. The mobile version really doesn’t completely copy everything from League of Legends. Furthermore, the two games above are developed by teams that work independently of each other.
Because of that, Wild Rift can completely launch many skins that do not exist in League of Legends because the development teams of both sides have their own thoughts on the game. Overall, both games share the same story universe, the characters are extremely interesting. However, to be able to bring out the best for the fans of both sides is not easy to do.
Also according to a member of Riot, the time it takes to create skins in Wild Rift is usually 2 times that of League of Legends because of the animation of each skin in the game. Therefore, the development team of Wild Rift had to plan and choose skins long before they were released. If all goes well, Riot can completely launch this skin in both League of Legends and Wild Rift, but otherwise, both games will receive different exclusives.
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