Something was supposed to appear in League of Legends that ultimately only went to Wild Rift.
Wild Rift is another game from Riot Games, called by many mobile versions of LoL. However, the truth is that there are some differences between the two games, which aim to go deeper over time (for example, the unique heroes that were only released for Wild Rift – League of Legends on PC won’t be a priority? Wild Rift with its own characters).
It turns out there was supposed to be something in League of Legends that only ended up in Wild Rift, as the idea was scrapped in the PC version. What is that? Will LoL players be jealous of him?
Sparkles in League of Legends: Wild Rift
In the mobile version of LoL, there is such a thing as ornaments, a new item that allows you to decorate the bodies of fallen enemies with a display of your choice.
Like most Wild Rift content, ornaments can be obtained in a number of ways.
- Ordinary store
- Monet Borough shop
- Event Milestones / Quest Rewards
- Upgrade (bonus for certain levels)
You don’t need to tell us which players brag about killing their tournaments that they didn’t even help get! If only there was a way for the legitimate killer to leave behind unquestionable and lasting evidence of his skill. If … there were ornaments.
Treat them like a cheeky chant in the form of an emoji – “Here’s Garin, who underestimated the power of the Scouts!”
Yesterday it turned out that the aforementioned feature from Wild Rift was initially supposed to appear in League of Legends on PC.
Fun fact: Wild Rift ornaments were something Riot considered adding to League of Legends on PC many years ago, but the idea was dismissed despite a lot of work. Over time, it turns out that the creators have revived the concept and introduced it to League of Legends: Wild Rift.
Is this something traditional League of Legends players will envy? It’s hard to say. In fact, it’s not an important cosmetic addition, although you know, some aspects of the game are very important.
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