The Ultimate Guide To League Of Legends
What is a League of Legends?
League Of Legends is a fast-moving multiplayer online battle arena video game that is published and developed by Riot Games for macOS and Microsoft Windows. It is a vying online game that merges the agility and intensity of an RTS with RPG elements. Its initial release date was October 29, 2009, and it’s been reigning in success for the past 19 years with over 67 million active monthly players.
Riot Games is making insane money every year, and the statistic presents the LOL (League Of Legends) revenue worldwide from 2015-2019, the in-demand MMO game produced revenue of 1.4 billion U.S dollars, players had gradually increased through the passing years.
Getting Started on League of Legends
There are a lot of unfamiliar terms that you will encounter while playing. You must first learn the basics of the game. Acquaint yourself with the basic mechanics through the in-game tutorials before jumping onto the Summoner’s Rift.
Champions – are the characters controlled by the players each champion acquires solitary abilities and attributes. The league is filled with different champions of every archetype that accords with different roles and strategy, so don’t vex if the first one you try doesn’t go well with your play style. There are currently 143 champions to choose from as of January 13, 2019.
Controlling your champion
Champions use a traditional RTS control scheme. Mastering the controls will help you improve the gameplay.
Ø To move your champion, right click on the land where you want to go.
Ø To attack, right click on your enemy.
Ø To cast a spell use the spell’s key (Q, W, E or R by default) then click on your target.
Items- champions earn gold by taking down enemy units and structures. You can purchase items from the shop near the summoner platform. Just click on the shop to open the store.
Minions- are controlled by artificial intelligence. They attack automatically any enemy unit or structure they find in their way. Killing the minions earn valuable gold for your champion.
Turrets - Also called the tower, Turrets are one of the core components of League of legends it blocks the enemy’s minion and champions’ path to the nexus. It charges the enemies that come within range with deadly bolts of energy.
Lanes- are the three main paths that minions follow in the game. The Turrets defend it and to push the enemy into their base and destroy the nexus at the heart of their base.
The Nexus- the Nexus is what allows the summoners to regulate over their champions. The Nexus is generally protected by the turrets once destroyed, the game is over, and the team who severed the Nexus is declared victorious.
Now that you’ve learned the basics you can now join the world’s largest gaming community, form teams, make friends, battle with millions of opponents from countries across the globe, and declare victory to your guild!