League of Legends: Wild Rift open beta is starting later this month for iOS and Android devices. It’s been a while since the mobile MOBA has been announced, and since then the game has been in a closed alpha and beta releases in a very countries only. Riot Games sent out invitations to a handful of testers, streamers and regular players and they have been slowly adding in more countries to their closed beta phase.
Riot Games has announced that later this month, on 27th October, the beta release of Wild Rift is going public in a few countries in Asia on both the platforms – Android and iOS.
This regional open beta will be available in the following countries:
- South Korea
Along with players from Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Timor-Leste as well. Europe and other parts of the world will get to play League of Legends: Wild Rift later this year with the open beta expected to be available in early December.
Wild Rift Regional Open Beta for Europe, Middle East and Others
As we mentioned earlier, countries in Europe, the Middle East and some other parts of the world will get access to League of Legends: Wild Rift regional open beta from early December. Here is a list of countries joining in:
- Middle East
- North Africa
As for North America, players there will have to wait until Spring 2021 to start playing Wild Rift.
Watch the following video for updates directly from the developers at Riot Games:
The game seems to be receiving updates regularly with more champions getting added with each update. For a full list of Wild Rift champions, we have a complete guide. Since the regional open beta for North American and other regions has been pushed to Spring 2021, the full release of Wild Rift has eventually gone to next year instead of 2020.
If you cannot wait any longer to try out League of Legends: Wild Rift, you can sideload the APK file right now on Android.