The showcase takes place at 8:00 a.m. PDT (11:00 p.m. GMT+8). Design director, Brian “Feral Pony” Feeney, will present a gameplay reveal and discuss more information about Wild Rift. The reveal could last from 20 minutes to about an hour, based on previous Summer Game Fest events.
This is already the last event for this month, with the previous one also being a Riot Games announcement centered on upcoming shooter game Valorant. The Summer Game Fest is Geoff Keighley’s four-month long digital event intended to replace E3. Fans can catch the stream on the Summer Game Fest website.
Wild Rift is expected to go fully live sometime this 2020, with alpha testing already on its way to Filipino and Brazilian servers next month. You can check out ONE Esports’ first look at the beta build here.