League of Legend to surpasses 2019 record on skins development

League of Legend to surpasses 2019 record on skins development
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League of Legend is set to break the bank with the current discussion by Riot Games on of the League cosmetics in Dev Video.

According to reports, it means that fans would see over 120 news skins in 2020, which will be the highest number of skins released in a single year so far.

With the latest development, it means that Riot wants to surpass the 100 it did in 2019.

Speaking on the development, to Riot dev Jonathan “Bellissimo,” Belliss said the developer is hoping that champion mains can count the time since they last got skin in months, instead of years.

As it begins to increase the amount of skins that is made over time, the new year competition will kick off with the Mecha Kingdoms set.

The game will feature skins for Garen, Leona, Draven, Sett, and Jax. The skin line was launched on Wednesday. It was previously teased in a December 10 trailer, featuring Jax standing “mountains tall.” According to Riot, there will be several other new thematic skin lines this year as well.

It was also gathered that champions would also get some new skins. The last time Skarner’s Guardian of the Sands skin was released was April 2015.

The changes will affect the Crystal Vanguard as Riot add cosmetics for Xerath, Mordekaiser, Kindred, Rek’ Sai, Vel’Koz, Karthus, Sion, Twitch, Taric, Pantheon, Nautilus, Trundle, Bard, Ornn, and Taliyah.

The forgotten heroes won’t be left out in the skin modification as they will get new cosmetics, while popular champions Lux, Ezreal, Ahri, and Kai’Sa will also get theirs.

Meanwhile, Riot is set to meet the yearnings of League of Legends fans for a new announcer pack with the latest developer video.

For a few seasons, the developer has left fans to wonder when they will have the privilege of choosing a different announcer whenever they started up a fresh match.

So, fans, your demands have been attended to as Riot Games on Wednesday, hinted that it had added the long-awaited feature in a developer video.

Riot’s personalization product lead Jonathan hinted that there are a few new types of content that the developer is experimenting with.

He added that the outfit is not ready to reveal anything yet, but the fans should expect to hear something from Riot later in the year.

Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed