League of Legends Arena Mode: Fights, Game Mode And More
Riot Games has a new six-week event called Soul Fighter. It will feature League of Legends, Wild Rift, Legends of Runeterra, and Teamfight Tactics. Among these the most anticipated one is the League of Legends and other content of the new 2v2v2v2 Arena game mode. Although it is a limited-time game mode, having fresh content, such as maps, items, Augments, and much more, the developers, confirmed that depending on player feedback it could end up becoming a permanent game mode.
What happens in League of Legends: Arena?
League of Legends: Arena will allow players to form two-person teams and play round-after-round of combat in order to level up and use the latest Augments until just one team is left standing.
There will be four different battlefields where the combat takes place. All these battlefields will have different themes, terrain density, and size. Champions from the upcoming Soul Fighter Universe may occasionally appear as impartial characters between the combat battles. They would either be seen assisting players or causing severe damage.
League of Legends Arena Mode Maps
League of Legends Arena will have four maps. Each will have a distinct theme, size, and terrain density. Therefore, make sure to switch up your playstyles and use different techniques on different battlefields.
How does the League of Legends: Arena combat system work?
League of Legends: Arena combat system will have multiple rounds. Each will contain a Shop and Combat phase. The game will start at level three and advance by one or two levels per round alternatively.
The shop phase will have the following rounds:
- Shop Round 1: 1000 gold
- Shop Round 2: New Augment
- Shop Round 3: 1000 gold
- Shop Round 4: 3000 gold
- Shop Round 5: New Augment
- Shop Round 6: 3000 gold
- Repeat steps 4-6 until a winner is decided
The shop phase will be followed by the combat phase. Here, each team will start with 20 health. On losing a combat round, you will lose health. Once all members of one team have died, the battle will be over.