Just a few months ago, we wrote about the fact that Chinese company Tencent, in cooperation with Riot Games, is probably working on a mobile version of League of Legends. The first video from this production has just appeared on the web. The game looks surprisingly good and smooth, however, it should be noted that its release has still not been officially confirmed. It is quite possible that we will hear more about LoL on mobile devices as a surprise for the 10th anniversary of the game.
The video appeared on the channel of a Chinese YouTube user, presenting a short gameplay fragment from the mobile League of Legends. We can see the character selection screen (interestingly, the heroes' portrait have animations here, a feature missing even from the PC version) and the first minutes of a match. You can also see that there were only 24 characters to choose from (in LoL there are 145 in total), and the player decided on Ezreal, which is a hero based mainly on aimed skills. In this way they wanted to show how smooth the game is and (from what can be seen in the poor quality of the video) it looks promising for a mobile production.
From previous rumors we know that a dedicated studio of the Chinese company Tencent is working on the title. As the creator of the original League of Legends, Riot Games will be responsible for the entire project. It is quite possible that, similarly to PUBG, the two versions of the game will be partially different.
We will have to wait a little longer for more information about the production - LoL was released in October 2009, so we may expect some surprises for the 10th anniversary, coming n over a month. It seems that there will be a mobile version of LoL among them, but a lot of players dream about a mode in which the game will be restored to the 2009 version, just as it is the case with WoW.