Legends of Runeterra Launches on PC and Mobile on May 1, 2020

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April 22, 2020

Riot Games is excited to announce that Legends of Runeterra will officially launch worldwide on PC and mobile on May 1, 2020. Gamers will be able to access cross-platform play and enjoy the same, seamless experience on PC and on mobile devices.

Legends of Runeterra is a free-to-play, digital collectible card game that requires skill, creativity and wit to win. The cards feature iconic League of Legends champions, as well as new characters originating from the world of Runeterra. The game will be available to download for free from http://www.playruneterra.com/, as well as on the Google Play Store and App Store at launch. New players are encouraged to create a new Riot Games Southeast account to enable cross-platform play, and to gain access to full player and billing support.

The game will launch with a new set of 120+ cards, including a new region. Card and champion reveals will begin soon and continue through launch, and the new set will be playable from April 29, 2020 on PC. At this time of launch, Legends of Runeterra will feature 7 regions, 35 champions, and more than 400 cards.

As a launch exclusive, players who log into Legends of Runeterra before 3pm (GMT +8) on May 8, 2020 will receive a Moonstruck Poro Guardian to accompany them on their adventures. New players will also receive XP Boosts to accelerate their progress in the game.

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