League of Legends

Five Riot Games titles, including League Of Legends, are coming to Xbox Game Pass on PC and mobile, as announced at the Xbox and Bethesda showcase last night. 

As confirmed yesterday (June 12), Xbox and Riot Games are bringing the five games to Xbox platforms “this winter”, and they are:

  • League Of Legends (PC): with all Champions unlocked

You can watch the full announcement video for the new partnership below:

“In the coming months, we’ll share more about the partnership and how members can access the Game Pass content,” adds the Xbox Wire post, with news on specific release dates for each game yet to be announced.

League Of Legends players on Game Pass will get access to all 160 plus Champions in the game, with day one access to new Champions as they’re released as well. The same can be said for the 18 current Agents and any newly released ones in the 5v5 shooter Valorant.

Wild Rift players on mobile will get all 80 plus Champions and each new one the day it releases, with the foundations set in Legends Of Runeterra giving new players a “head start” in the free-to-play card game.

If you happened to miss any of the major announcements at the Xbox and Bethesda showcase, or want to get caught up on all the Summer Game Fest reveals, we’ve got a list of everything right here.

In other news, Persona 3, 4 and 5 have all finally been confirmed for both Xbox and PC, as Atlus starts an ongoing relationship with Microsoft.

The post ‘League Of Legends’ and four more Riot Games titles coming to Game Pass appeared first on NME.

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