Riot Games frequently provides fresh in-game content for League of Legends: Wild Rift, and the upcoming Wild Rift patch 3.2 update promises to introduce some great changes, it also happens to be time for The Boy who Shattered Time to make his long-awaited debut in the mobile MOBA.
That’s right, as part of League of Legends: Wild Rift patch 3.2, Ekko makes his way onto the battlefield, and he suits anybody that wants to play as an assassin. For those of you unfamiliar with this champion, he’s from the rough streets of Zaun, and is able to manipulate time which gives him a distinct advantage in a fight.
Oh, and it’s not just The Boy who Shattered Time that makes his debut in Wild Rift Patch 3.2, as both Nautilus, The Titan of the Depths, and Pyke, The Bloodharbour Ripper, are due to arrive as well. The former suits anybody that wants to play as a tank, while the latter is for players that enjoy the support role.
As for other changes you can look forward to, the limited game mode, elemental rift, has dragons once again, and in this patch, the development team plans to test a new version of the feature, one that looks different to previous iterations. One major change is that rather than acquiring a dragon soul, the elemental dragon effects stack.
What’s the Wild Rift patch 3.2 release date?
Wild Rift patch 3.2 is here, and so is Ekko. However, Nautilus and Pyke are due to arrive in-game at a later date.
If you’re new to the mobile MOBA, you should check out our League of Legends: Wild Rift guide to learn the fundamentals, then head over to our League of Legends: Wild Rift tier list to discover who the best champions are. We also have a list of the best mobile MOBAs if you’re after something similar yet different to play.