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About League of Legends

MOBA Name: League of Legends

Release Date: 2009

Developers: Riot Games

Publishers: Riot Games

Platforms: Windows, macOS

 

League of Legends is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) video game developed and published by Riot Games for the Microsoft Windows and MacOS platforms and was originally released worldwide for these platforms on October 27, 2009, as a free-to-play game. Since then League of Legends has evolved heavily and has become one of the most-played video games of this generation.

In League of Legends, players are given the role of a “Summoner” who is in control of a “Champion”—mysterious and powerful humans, animals, or beasts with unique skill sets of their own (there are over hundred in the roster). Players then use the skills of these Champions to battle against other Summoners with their own Champions, usually in a grouped effort of either 3 or 5 players. The objective of a match between these groups is to destroy the enemy center life called a “Nexus” which each team has, present at the ends of the battling arena on which the teams summon and resummons when they die. To reach the enemy’s Nexus, a team must battle through enemy Champions and attempt to destroy enemy Turrets on the way, which fire lasers that deal heavy damage, which defending their side from enemy invasion too. The first team to go through the Turrets and destroy the Nexus wins the match, and team members are rewarded with experience points, from which spells, runes, and masteries can be unlocked. Additionally, each team is equipped with AI ally “minions” a short while after the start of the match, which provides cover from and distraction to enemy Champions or Turrets.

League of Legends provides five modes for the players to choose from. The first is the tutorial, which teaches players the basics of the game; the second is called Co-Op vs. AI mode, and is a match setting where 3-5 players are matched against similarly numbered Bot players; the third is called the Normal matchmaking mode, and is used to set up a match between similarly skilled players on both sides; the fourth is called the Ranked matchmaking mode which is similar to Normal Matchmaking mode but requires level 30 to enter, and the final is the Custom Games mode, which allows players to play on any map with custom-arranged player numbers.

Speaking of three, League of Legends has three very distinct maps. The first and the most popular one is “Summoner’s Rift”, where two teams of 5 players battle each other to destroy the Nexus and are allowed to move between three “lanes” from which to approach the enemy side. The second is called “Twisted Treeline”, and is similar, except it contains only two lanes, and the third is called the “Howling Abyss”, and has a single lane.

League of Legend is a highly-competitive game because a player’s strength is based on their strategy and experience, and such strength can’t be bought with money. Similarly, it also provides players the ability to choose their playing styles thanks to the huge Champion roster: there’s a Champion type for every gamer out there. The fan-base is also very active, and Riot Games is known for releasing regular patches and improving the game at regular intervals, which has kept it going strong, even eight years after its release.

 

How to Download and Install League of Legends

  1. League of Legends is a free-to-play game. To play the game, follow this link https://signup.eune.leagueoflegends.com/en/signup/index to create an account and click on “Play For Free”.
  2. You will be redirected to this link https://signup.eune.leagueoflegends.com/en/signup/redownload
  3. Choose your location (EU West, United States, EU Nordic and East, Latin Ameria, Russia, Turkey, Oceania and click on Download Game.
  4. The setup file for League of Legends will be downloaded. Run the setup file and download the game.
  5. A League of Legends icon should be on your desktop. Run the game – you should see the login screen and it will prompt you to login to your account.
  6. Once logged in, the game will start updating. Wait for it to finish updating and then you can start playing!

 

 

 

League of Legends Download

Download League of Legends from https://signup.leagueoflegends.com/en/signup/redownload

Game Status: League of Legends is still being played.

League of Legends is a free-to-play MOBA. Download from the link above

 

League of Legends System Requirements

Minimum (PC)

  • 2 GHz processor (supporting SSE2 instruction set or higher)
  • 1 GB RAM (2 GB of RAM for Windows Vista and newer)
  • 8 GB available hard disk space
  • Shader version 2.0 capable video card
  • Screen resolutions up to 1920×1200
  • Support for DirectX v9.0c or better
  • Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or 3 ONLY), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10

 

Recommended (PC)

  • 3 GHz processor
  • 2 GB of RAM (4 GB of RAM for Windows Vista and higher)
  • 12 GB available hard disk space
  • Nvidia GeForce 8800/AMD Radeon HD 5670 or equivalent video card (Dedicated GPU with 512MB or higher Video Memory(VRAM))
  • Support for DirectX v9.0c or better.
  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10 with the latest service pack installed
  • The latest update to .NET Framework from Microsoft
  • The latest version of Adobe AIR is required to connect to PVP.net. Adobe AIR is included with all League of Legends setup files, but can also be downloaded from Adobe’s website.

 

 

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