In the next patch, Wild Rift will add some of League of Legends' finest champions

In the next patch, Wild Rift will add some of League of Legends' finest champions ...

Wild Rift will have four new League of Legends champions as well as a slew of new gameplay changes in the upcoming Power Spike patch. On Monday, Riot shared a 3.4 patch preview that revealed some of the greatest changes coming to the mobile game on September 15.

Gwen is on her way to the game. Due to the Shadow Isles' magic, the Hallowed Seamstress is a doll that has been brought to life by her giant spectral scissors. Gwen is an AP skirmisher who can dance in and out of combat, and shell be the first new champion in Wild Rift.

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Yone is Yasuo's brother, who killed him due to a tragic misunderstanding. He now walks between the living and the dead in Ionia, and hell be following Gwen. Warwick, the fearsome werewolf jungler from Zaun, is the third new addition to the game, and hell be followed by Vex. She later abandoned Viego to do her own thing.

Riot is also introducing new meta game changes to support supports, including some rune modifications and two new support starting items. These two new powerful items, Riftmaker and Cosmic Drive, are aimed at giving AP champions more options for the end game, including an experimental 1v1 gameplay mode on the Howling Abyss, as well as a new Wild Pass that allows players to pick their rewards rather than collect them along a linear track.