Riot Games’ LoL: Wild Rift is finally playable on Android devices. For a chance to participate in the ongoing closed alpha, you’ll need to pre-register your interest via Google Play and cross your fingers for an invite. You’re probably wondering how long the alpha test lasts and whether there’s a good chance of being selected; stick with our League of Legends: Wild Rift closed alpha end date and time guide to find out.
When is the LoL: Wild Rift closed alpha end date and time?
League of Legends: Wild Rift closed alpha end date
The first LoL: Wild Rift closed alpha test is already well underway on Android devices. Having kicked off on June 6, it’s scheduled to run until Saturday, June 27.
League of Legends: Wild Rift closed alpha end time
Currently, the exact LoL: Wild Rift closed alpha end time is unknown. We know that things are set to wrap up on June 27, but no exact time of day has yet been confirmed. We’ll update you when we know more.
League of Legends: Wild Rift closed alpha end date and time
- LoL: Wild Rift closed alpha end date
- Saturday, June 27, 2020
- LoL: Wild Rift closed alpha end time
Unfortunately, this leg of testing isn’t supported on iOS devices. Presumably, there will be more test phases before the game’s official launch allowing iPhone users to get in on the MOBA action.
Wild Rift is scheduled for a 2020 launch on both iOS and Android, with unspecified console versions to follow at a later date. It features a new 5v5 map that condenses the game’s action into shorter and more accessible matches than the original PC version. The main objective and characters remain the same, however, so as to not compromise the core experience.