K/DA Added to League of Legends, Teamfight Tactics, and Legends of Runeterra

League of Legends KDA

The popstars are back and, instead of a new single, K-pop quintet K/DA is dropping into League of Legends and its spin-off games. Like the title of K/DA’s upcoming EP, Riot Games is going “All Out” to get the girls into its slate of titles.

The EP itself teased its first song back in August 2020, titled “The Baddest,” but that song’s just one of five coming from the group. In the meantime, fans can look forward to seeing Akali, Ahri, Evelynn, Kai’Sa, and Seraphine in League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, and even Teamfight Tactics.

For League of Legends, the Worlds 2020 event will serve as the debut occasion for both Seraphine (the newest LoL champion) and her K/DA-inspired “Ultimate” skin, which contains three distinct forms to unlock. The other four champions will get single K/DA skins, all of Epic quality. Kai’Sa gets an additional “Prestige Edition” skin, unlockable with Worlds Tokens until November 24, 2020.

The League of Legends skins will be available to preview in the Public Beta Environment until October 29, 2020, when they go up for acquisition in the live game.

Legends of Runeterra, the LoL-based collectible card game, will add a free “K/DA All Out Event Pass” to all players for free on October 28, 2020. The Pass will unlock a full set of epic spell cards inspired by K/DA for Seraphine, Ahri, Evelynn, Kai’Sa, and Ahri. A special K/DA game mode will also allow players to choose special card decks based on the characters with unique abilities.

Even Teamfight Tactics, an auto-battler game, is getting in on the action, with K/DA-based variants for the “Little Legends” characters Featherknight, Hushtail, Squink, Furyhorn, and Lightcharger.

Check out new art for the League of Legends K/DA champions in the gallery:

League of Legends is immediately available on PC. Teamfight Tactics and Legends of Runterra are available on PC, iOS, and Android.

Josh Tolentino
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