A modder has managed to bring the appearance of champions from League of Legends: Wild Rift into the PC version of League of Legends.
Since its launch so far, League of Legends: Wild Rift has been considered by many LoL communities to be a much more invested version than PC. The first reason, this is a version of League of Legends for phones. That is, in theory, the gameplay of Wild Rift does not require too much compared to the PC version, so Tencent and Riot have more time to invest in graphics.
Second, League of Legends: Wild Rift is so invested by Tencent that it has an exclusive skin system. These are very special skin lines, of course they are also very beautiful. Another factor is that, with the number of champions still not really too many, most of the generals in League of Legends: Wild Rift already have their own skins, no one has become a “stepchild” like the PC version. .
Meanwhile, the PC version of League of Legends has almost no exclusive skin that gamers can own until now. The group of PAX or Chaos Than Binh skins… in the past, there is almost no chance of being recreated. In addition, the fact that Wild Rift often has beautiful exclusive costumes, making the PC LoL community even more jealous.
Recently, a modder has successfully implemented a mod that brings champions from League of Legends: Wild Rift into the PC version. However, this is not the official version of these champions in League: Wild Rift. This is just a shape according to the trailers and teasers used by Tencent and Riot to introduce Wild Rift. And of course, these versions will always look better than the real thing.
But even though it may not be 100% like the actual Wild Rift version, it is enough to make the PC LoL community feel a bit “sad”. In the comments about the clip on YouTube, many fans continue to hope that Tencent and Riot can also change the appearance with pretty old-looking graphics on the PC into more modern, more beautiful versions.
But it may not be possible for Riot to update the original skins for League of Legends to match Wild Rift. League of Legends still has low PC requirements to allow for as many players as possible and this is likely not going to change, at least in the near future.