LoL: Wild Rift version 3.3 Shining Bright adds new Champions, Items, and more

Fans of Wild Rift should be excited since Patch 3.3 will bring a lot of fun new features to the game. A few new buffs and splash art have recently been added to the League of Legends mobile app, but Patch 3.3 will be different from previous updates.


In addition to adding three new champions to Wild Rift's roster, the upcoming patch will also formally introduce Elemental Rift as a game mode and the early stages of Legendary Ranked. What is planned for Wild Rift Patch 3.3: Shining Bright is listed below.

Alan Moore, the executive producer, used YouTube to give gamers a sneak peek at all the planned material. The champions, new Ranked modes, and a glittering summer event are just a few of the many improvements that this update introduces.

There are now three additional League of Legends champions available in Wild Rift. The only announced ability power (AP) champion is The Void Walker Kassadin, which hulks onto the Rift. A melee mid-lane warrior who scales well into the late game is Kassadin. Kassadin terrorizes the AP carriers in the Rift thanks to his Netherblade's ability to reset on target kills and his potent damage-dealing blink ultimate. Kassadin truly lives up to the anti-mage label.

The Desert Rose Samira, a markswoman for the duet lane, is also on her way. She is a fantastic choice for those that prefer to change up their playstyle due to her ability to blend long-range and close-range strikes. Her ultimate has the ability to steamroll, but in order to use it, it needs to be stacked utilizing chained or basic attacks.


Last but not least, Sion the Undead Juggernaut storms the Wild Rift battleground. Sion is a threat in the Baron Lane and has the super-powerful ability to resurrect after dying. Players can temporarily cause havoc as zombies thanks to this, however it won't last long.

Along with brand-new champions, Elemental Rift will debut as a complete game mode. Players will now be able to confront the Elemental Drakes in a new method after passing a number of testing steps. The maps in this new game mode change in accordance with the Elemental Drake, keeping the action entertaining throughout.

The addition of Legendary Ranked in this patch will significantly improve the Ranked experience. Riot will debut this new solo ranked queue during season six to provide a more challenging environment for players with higher rankings. It's one of the hardest modes because only players with a Diamond or above ranking can play.

In addition, there are six tiers in this queue that players can advance through to earn more goodies and bragging rights.

More information will be made available closer to the Patch's release date, but it will include a number of changes to the existing gameplay as well as skins with a summer theme and a new Wild Pass.


Moreover, this forthcoming summer event marks the debut of Star Guardians in Wild Rift! In addition to taking part in the Redeemed Star Guardian event to accomplish missions for event tokens, players can earn star candies for special goodies. Redeemed skins for Xayah and Rakan are among the extra benefits that may be obtained by exchanging these tokens. What's most intriguing is that this event offers unique Star Guardian skins (sorry PC players). Star Guardian skins will be given to the following champions:
  • Ahri
  • Rakan
  • Xayah
  • Miss Fortune
  • Orianna
  • Senna
  • Seraphine
Riot has confirmed that this patch will arrive on July 14 UTC even though they have not yet provided an official release date. Updates for Wild Rift can be found in-game or in the players' individual app stores. It's safe to presume that gamers will be able to access Rift immediately following the update because developers haven't indicated any necessary maintenance downtime.

As more thorough patch notes are posted, we'll provide an update with more details. We'll just have to wait till the following week to start the update until then. For the time being, enthusiastic players can hone their abilities on Wild Rift on mobile devices.

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