League of Legends: Wild Rift will have more controls to tap the screen like Vainglory in the future?
League of Legends: Wild Rift officially opened the Alpha Test version on June 6, but the test was only for a very few players in two markets, Brazil and the Philippines. Among them, only the lucky people selected by Riot after the registration process can experience the super product.
At the time when League of Legends: Wild Rift was introduced by Riot Games, many gamers believed that this game would have “hardcore” features that most MOBA products currently on mobile did not have. This can incidentally make League of Legends: Wild Rift go into the footsteps of AOG – Glorious Arena, Heroes Arena, or Vainglory.
However, the limited test in the two areas above has partly caused fans of League of Legends in general and League of Legends: Wild Rift to find answers to many doubts. In particular, how long a League of Legends: Wild Rift match has been answered by the testers through realistic gameplay experience videos. A series of friendly matches between KOL Coalition Mobile, Mobile Legends in the Philippines has proved that League of Legends: Wild Rift totally Wild Rift
Not stopping there, a fan recently questioned whether League of Legends: Wild Rift will have more controls on how to tap the screen (on Twitter) and Brain “FeralPony” Feeney, Chief Designer of League of Legends. : Wild Rift, saying that Riot has no intention of putting in touch control yet.
However, FeralPony said that with “high enough demand”, Riot would “consider” adding it to its latest title. FeralPony said touch control would be a “mountain of work” and that it affected developers adding “other important features”, fixing bugs and optimizing game performance.
Riot has introduced a limited alpha test version of League of Legends: Speed of War to the Philippines and Brazil from June 5-26. A number of small players have received invitations and participated in the experience, feedback, and evaluation so that the development team improves the quality of the game.
While claiming to “ban the door” with fake IP players, Riot is still hiding the official launch date of League of Legends: Wild Rift. Previously, they had planned to release the game before 2021.
Like most mobile MOBA games released, League of Legends: Wild Rift is loyal to the way to control the character with a joystick. By default, the joystick is on the left side of the display while the attack and skill activation buttons and eye jacks are on the right.
Vainglory is the first mobile MOBA game that uses a touch-screen-style control, released in 2014. In this way, players can move champions and attack enemies by pressing the screen. This mechanism is similar to how a PC player uses the mouse cursor to navigate, attack, and use skills.