Legends of Runeterra : Open Beta Access details revealed, you can play it on this date
Legends of Runeterra is an upcoming strategy based card game from Riot Games. The game will be available to everyone under the free-to-play category. Legends of Runeterra game has been scheduled to be released in 2020.
Legends of Runeterra game is based on League of Legends, and it will be available on the Windows, Android and iOS platforms. The game features 1v1 battles which begins with a hand of 4 playing cards randomly selected from the deck.
Legends of Runeterra first preview was revealed on October 15, 2019. Well, players and fans can rejoice, as the details regarding the open beta of the game has been announced. However, many people are already comparing the game with Hearthstone.
Legends of Runeterra open beta will bring in a lot of new features for players. The list of features that will be incorporated in the beta version of the game are the following : Friends list, Challenge-a-friend functionality, new boards, Guardians.
Legends of Runeterra open beta patch will also bring update to 20 cards. The open beta of Legends of Runeterra will begin on January 24, 2020. There is also a chance for players to play the open beta on January 23.
But it is only available for those players who have already played the closed beta or have pre-registered before January 20. For the registration, you need to head to Legends of Runterra website.
Legends of Runeterra open beta will runs until the game officially launches, later this year. There is no official date for the launch of the game yet. In order to play the ope beta, you are required to visit Legends of Runeterra website, & click Pre-Register to Play.
If you have played LOL or Teamfight Tactics, then you must have a Riot Account, you can use that account for sign-up. However, if you don’t have a Riot Account, you need to create one, to enjoy the open beta. Players who have played the limited beta will find their accounts have been reset, but this a last reset prior to the launch.
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