But the alpha is the only official hint we’ve gotten about how the game’s progressing since the game was officially announced in October, aside from a short in March that covered some changes adapting the PC version to phones and console interfaces.
Riot didn’t mention how long this test would be, whether it would extend to other countries, or hint at a League of Legends mobile release date.
League of Legends: Wild Rift, the official name of the new version of LoL headed to mobile platforms and consoles in 2020, is headed to users in Brazil and the Philippines before anywhere else, according to Riot’s official twitter account.
The League of Legends mobile game will finally launch an alpha test in June, according to Riot Games, though it will be limited to users in just two countries.
Android phones matching that baseline include the Samsung Galaxy J5 and the LG G4 Stylus (with 2GB of RAM), meaning you won’t need the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 phone to run League of Legends: Wild Rift.