In addition to the updates on the Elemental Map and Dragon’s Soul, the new series of generals is also the content that many Wild Rift players have been waiting for.
Accordingly, the next 4 generals to dock at Wild Rift will be Sett, Yuumi, Karma and Shen respectively. It is not clear what Riot has in mind, but a special thing is that all four generals above can play well in the role of Support. Until now, the Support position is often overlooked because most players only focus on champions that can carry the team or create beautiful highlights. Maybe Riot wants the upcoming new champions in Wild Rift to help players change their perspective on the role of Support in a team.
At the end of January, Sett was the first name to join Wild Rift. Possessing a champion that has both damage and resistance, Sett can completely “fight” in 4 positions: Baron, Mid, Jungle, and Support. As for the Support position, Sett does not have the tools to protect the Gunner, but in return, this general has all the skills that can open the fight as well as put all the damage on the opponent’s main force.
In contrast to Sett, Yuumi is a purely protective general and almost has to stick to the “host” 24/24. Yuumi has the ability to increase allies healing, shield as well as movement speed. Besides, this cat can also attack enemies to create shields and use the Book of Spells to bind their feet. Yuumi will officially join Wild Rift in February.
The next two champions to dock in Wild Rift after Sett and Yuumi will be Karma and Shen. In terms of champion quality, Karma is quite similar to Yuumi when it comes to the ability to increase movement speed, root and deal damage. As for Shen, the strongest point of this general lies in the fact that Shen has the ability to move to support teammates everywhere on the map thanks to the ultimate move Nhat Thong.
In addition to the 4 generals above, Wild Rift will certainly welcome many more new generals in 2022. Besides the Support position, players also expect the appearance of familiar wizards in the League. Legendary PC version like Zoe, Syndra or Ryze. In 2022, Riot will reduce the frequency of new champions a bit, after they have released more than … 29 champions in 2021.
See also: Wild Rift – Things you may not know about the 2022 Season