Multiplayer Online Fighting Arena Game "The Legend League "updates its new K / DA Akali skin, thus providing the same neon appearance that is popular in the recent K-Pop music video, Thursday announced by the developer Riot Games.
The free update changes the look of the Akali twilight capability, Riot said. This is happening right now in the gaming public beta environment (PBE) today. After that, it will be completed in the full game later this month at 8.23 patches.
K / DA is the invented K-Pop band Riot, created to help sell the new Legends League line that was introduced last weekend at the World Cup finals in South Korea. The group consists of four female female champions, as well as their real life counterparts. K-Pop Soyuz (G) I sings parts of Akali. "LOL" champion is a ninja with a huge dragon tattoo. In this video, she wears a stunning daemon face shield and covered with a neon. Nine Far Forest Ahri says Miyeon from (G) I-dle. American singer Madison Beer plays part of the demonic killer Evelynn, while American singer Jaira Burns plays as Kai.
The group sang its debut song "POP / STARS" and released additional videos on YouTube at the World Finals Opening Ceremony. It quickly moved to viruses, making it all up to the Apple Music K-Pop chart no. 1 and US popular chart no. 4. After 48 hours, the YouTube video showed 13 million views, Riot said. Now more than 27 million views have been achieved.
"We went into this, indeed, we want to give the players a moment of" leagues ", even though those who actually played the fantasy of the champions who were genuinely shown who could live in their vertical places with others (that is, the song had the ability to stand up in others pop music, performances should focus on other performances, etc.), "said Viranda Tantula, creative leadership at the World Opening Ceremony and Music. Variety by e-mail. "We really did it to make the one-off moment possible, and we are thinking a lot more about it in the future.
"With that said, we are very excited about the reaction from the" League "players and music fans, as while we have no plans as it was now, it was fun chatting about where it could be over the last few days since that started. "