As usual, the end of a year is also when the gaming community gives objective assessments of famous blockbusters. Not only for the purpose of summarizing, ranking and clearly indicating the advantages/disadvantages is also an important factor, helping players understand the general situation of their favorite games on the market. Among them, Riot is the name that is mentioned the most.
Since the launch of Wild Rift, this publisher has had up to 5 mainstream games actively operating on the market, including: League of Legends (League of Legends), Teamfight Tactics (TFT), Wild Rift, VALORANT and Legends of Runeterra. Each game has different gameplay, to create new experiences for the gaming community. Only the “youngest brother” is a special case. Because this is the mobile version of League of Legends, it has many similarities and has caused great controversy for a long time.
Wild Rift is still controversial even though it has been released to the Vietnamese community for more than 3 years.
Recently, someone even stated clearly that this game is a “failure” of Riot. The main reason is because the esports systems of this game are too weak, not making an impression in the community like competitors in the same segment. They even call Wild Rift a “dead game”, with a high possibility that it will soon “fade away” with the current “flat” support.
Wild Rift is ranked at the bottom of Riot’s 5 major games.
Very quickly, Wild Rift fans stepped in and responded harshly to this one-sided view. From the data found, many people confirm that although the tournament system has really declined, the number of Wild Rift players is still very stable. Above all, because it is a “darling” product of Riot and is regularly promoted methodically, judging this game as “dead game” or “failure” is too hasty. On the contrary, competitors like Lien Quan Mobile need to be worried about the long-standing rumor of merging with Vuong Gia Glory Dieu.
The Wild Rift community quickly issued a series of counter-arguments against the idea of demotion.
Indeed, it is very difficult to confirm whether a game is truly successful or not if only from a personal point of view. Obviously, Wild Rift still has a strong community of players, ready to stick around and be active for a long time.