The game has been released for players all over the world except the US for quite some time now, and players are hoping it will release soon.
Here's when players can expect to download the game within the United States!
Brian Feeney, game director, discussed the game's rollout plans as part of the Season 2021 stream late last week.
“We also know many of you are still waiting to play Wild Rift and it’s taking us a little longer than we planned to get it out to you all, so here’s an update on our open beta rollout plans for the next few months,” he explained.
“We’re aiming to start service in the Americas in March. We’re currently working on ways to make sure you get access to a bunch of champions quickly when you join so you can start building up your competitive pool. We’ll have more details soon and we can’t wait for you to start playing.”
As present, players can enjoy a rotating selection of champions as well as a small pool of starters, but it sounds like Riot is looking to help get players in the Americas started with a sort of "catch up" way of gaining new options.
“When developing Wild Rift, we aim to create an experience that is authentic to League, keeping things just the same when it makes sense," Feeney added.
“As you’ve likely seen, we’ve also made some changes to champions, skins and the map to make sure things feel great for Wild Rift players.”
So, the game should be released in beta form sometime soon for players within the United States.
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