Recently Riot Games has gathered the questions of gamers and answered them in the latest Ask Riot article.
Q: When can I play that new game?
A: That depends on the game! Here’s what you can expect.
TFT Mobile: TFT Mobile is coming to iOS and Android in early 2020. We’ll launch initially in just a few countries to make sure everything is working and then expand to all Riot regions soon thereafter. You can pre-register now on Google Play.
Legends of Runeterra: You can pre-register right now at playruneterra.com for a chance to play during a special preview patch in November and closed beta in early 2020. The full launch, including mobile, will be sometime in 2020—as soon as we’ve landed on an exact date, we’ll let you know.
League of Legends: Wild Rift: We are going to run limited alphas and betas in select countries starting soon. The plan is to have the iOS and Android version fully live in most regions by the end of 2020, with console coming sometime after. You can pre-register now on Google Play.
LoL Esports Manager: We are planning to first release for the LPL in 2020 with the intention to gradually expand and include players from other leagues.
Project A: Eventually.
Project L and Project F: These games are both early in development, so you’ll hear more about them later. For all of our projects, we want to make sure that when we put something in your hands, we’re confident it’s worth your time.
Note: All launch timing is subject to change and may vary across global regions.
Q: Will TFT mobile be cross-platform with TFT on PC?
A: Yes, TFT will be completely cross-platform compatible. Even your Little Legends and Arena skins will come with you, no matter which platform you bought them on.
(Cross-platform play support may vary by region; check your local channels to learn more.)