Riot Games officially launched today Legends of Runeterra (LoR), the free card game set in the universe of League of Legends. The title can be downloaded for free on PCs and Android and iOS devices, with compatibility between platforms. In conjunction with the official release, LoR also presented its first expansion, High tides.

Alte maree expands the range of regions available by adding Bilgewater, a place frequented by bands of pirates always ready for plunder and by abyssal monsters capable of swallowing entire boats without warning in one gulp. In this harbor fraught with dangers, there is only one rule: grab everything you can. High Tides adds 120 new cards and 11 more champions from the League of Legends universe to the game, including Miss Fortune, Fizz and Gangplank. The set also introduces six new game mechanics, which add depth and intriguing new possibilities for all players.

“We are thrilled to be able to officially release Legends of Runeterra after the extraordinary reception of the public beta,” said the executive producer. Jeff Jew. “Our commitment to providing strategic and interactive gameplay, a deep deck building system and epic moments with champions is more alive than ever, and this is the best time to come and discover all that Runeterra has to offer. Thank you. to everyone who has played and given us feedback during the public beta, and a welcome to everyone who is joining us! ”

Set in the world of League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra is a strategic card game where skill, creativity and cunning win. Choose your champions, create the ultimate deck by matching cards from different regions, each with their own style and strategic advantage, and dominate your opponents. Deck building and card collecting has never been easier, as LoR offers the most generous and beneficial player advancement systems ever seen in this genre. In fact, you can get all the cards for free or buy the ones you want directly, without having to buy packs with random content.

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