The ambitious vision behind the devs of Wild Rift for the game.
Wild Rift has recently been a popular topic among gamers. However, most people regard the game as basically a mobile version of League of Legends. As a result, the game developer Leo Faria and Savannah Ho revealed in a dev blog discussing more about the game’s future plans and the vision of Riot Games for the title. Although there is no official timeframe, Wild Rift’s impact is undoubtedly growing worldwide.
Wild Rift plan to grow independently from League of Legends
According to Activeplayer.io data, an average of 6.3 million players per month, with around 285 thousand players every day. There are now 41,000 active gamers that are charmed by this game. As a result, the game cannot be described as an unpopular game. This is likewise a very competitive game, and there are rankings to differentiate the skill level of the players.
Riot Games said that Wild Rift players have the same ambitions as League of Legends fans. However, they don’t want it to be just a copy of League of Legends.
“We are building a new game that is self-sustaining and independent of League of Legends on PC. In fact, Wild Rift has never been seen as a separate game from League of Legends until now. But it can be seen that becoming the World Wild Rift champion is also a proud effort like in the field of League of Legends. Just like other e-sports tournaments, the Wild Rift championship trophy is the ultimate goal of the players.”
The game’s goal is to become truly global mobile esports. There are many mobile game titles around the world, but none of them really stand out. As far as mobile MOBAs go, the top mobile games in Southeast Asia are virtually unknown in North America. Wild Rift aims to be the most perfect game in the whole world.
The vision to make Wild Rift become a global Mobile Esports game
Riot understands that organizations and players need a sustainable and stable game. Therefore, the game must first be a place that worth building professional teams and investing in players.
Fortunately, Riot Games is making those plans to expand the development of professional e-Sports tournaments for the game. However, there is still no word on a specific time or roadmap, but it can be certain that it will be completed soon in the future.
We need to be patient for Riot Games to put their plans together. Currently, Wild Rift is still on the rise and many teams are investing in this game like TSM or T1… Therefore, it would be a pity that Riot Games had to change their ambitious vision for the game in the near future.