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Riot Games enthüllt EDward Gaming LoL Worlds 2021

League of Legends’ Worlds-Skins are always a hot topic, and this year’s year is no exception. The winner of the Worlds 2021, Edward Gaming, has the privilege of having the achievements of his players converted into code, and according to the Splash-Art previously published by Riot Games, they look spectacular. Now the developer has gone further and has unveiled the skins in the game through his public beta environment (PBE).

At the beginning of this week, Riot confirmed that Graves, Viego, Zoe, Aphelios and Yuumi received this year’s Worlds-Skins selected by Li ‘Flandre’ Xuan-Jun, Zhao ‘Jiejie’ Li-Jie and Lee ‘Scout’. Ye-chan, Park ‘Viper’ Do-Hyeon and Tian ‘Meiko’ Ye.

The players of Edward Gaming originally indicated during the press conference after the Worlds 2021 Grand Grand final what champions they wanted to be immortalized, and it looks as if they all fulfilled their wish.

The most delightful part of the skin position process is the skin of Yuumi’s Worlds, which is modeled by Meiko’s cat Raccoon. According to Skin producer ‘Riot Tiny Bun’, support has expressly asked for his cat-like friend to be immortalized in the game. As you will see in your recall animation below, Yuumi is lifted up by ghostly hands and caressed, which-unfortunately we have to admit that we are talking about Yuumi here-is hellish.

World championship skins were unveiled on the PBE ????

DK vs EDG - Game 1 | Grand Finals S11 LoL Worlds 2021 | DAMWON Kia vs Edward Gaming - G1 full game

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  • League of legends (@leagueoflegends) 26. April 2022

Since the Worlds-Skins debut on the PBE, it is only a matter of time before they appear on the live servers. The 2020 Worlds-Skins of DWG Kia were released on April 29 last year, so it is likely that Edward Gaming’s skins will arrive at some point at some point or while MSI 2022.

BPM: balls per minute arrive on the consoles this year

BPM: Bullets Per Minute | Trav Guy

If you like running games and firearms, explosive demons and insane violence, you are probably a fan of Doom. Unfortunately, we are between Dooms for the moment. Can I suggest a new approach to the type of gameplay it proposes? Enter BPM: balls per minute. You get every gunshot and doom demo massacre, plus a little something else. BPM is also a rhythm game, where players can shoot, dodge and recharge to the rhythm of the game music. Think about Doom + Crypt of the Necrodancer. He went out last year on Steam, but will arrive at Consoles in 2021.

The console version will be launched with everything you can experiment on PC, as well as the OverDrive update. This update will include several new characters, new weapons and new capabilities. There are some different difficulties for players who have rhythmic challenges, but for experts, there will be a brand new infernal difficulty. With so many rogue games on the market, I think we can do with just one more, right?

BPM: Per Minute Bullets will arrive on PS4 and Xbox One this year. Unfortunately, there is no project for a PS5 or Xbox Series X version | S, but the possibility remains open. BPM: Per Minute Bullets is now available on PC and arrives on PS4 and Xbox One at an unspecified date 2021.

Have you checked the BPM on PC or will you try it on console? Let us know in the comments below.

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