“League of Legends” 2015 Snowdown starts off the holidays.
While “League Of Legends” or LOL fans are still trying to wrap their heads around the recently concluded World Championship 2015 , Riot Games has another event that players will enjoy. To celebrate the holidays, “League Of Legends” 2015 Snowdown has been officially announced as Christmas is just around the corner.
For the holiday season “League of Legends” 2015 has special bundles, gifts and skins for players to enjoy. According to Gamezone, there is a mini-snowball fight game were players can throw four new Legacy Snowball icons for 100RP. This mini game is only available from Dec.10 to Jan. 7.
“The Legend Of Poro King” game mode is making a return from its introduction into the game last year. Two adorable poro friends follow you into battle and each one grants a summoner spell, “Poro Toss” and “Poro King,” that is exclusive to this particular game mode.
The League Of Legends Website also updated bundles, available frrom Dec. 10 to Jan. 7 as well, that players can avail of during this event. Each of them come with different characters and goodies and are worth a bunch of RP. The North Pole Bundle and the Holiday Cheer Bundle are both worth 5398 RP and are some most expensive bundles, the 6788 RP Winter Fun Bundle is the priciest. There are cheaper bundles like the Naughty List Bundle and the Toy Bundle.
There is also Self Mystery Gifting where you purchase a champion, skin, ward, chest or icon for RP without knowing what you’re going to get. Another sale to look forward to are discounted champions and skins, as well as exclusive Snow Day items.
“League of Legends” is a multiplayer online battle arena set in real-time and developed by Riot Games. It is a free-to-play game supported by microtransactions. Players are an unseen “summoner” that controls a “champion” who has unique abilities and skillsets that are needed in order to battle agains a team of other players of computer controlled characters. The main goal of a battle is to destroy the opposing team’s “nexus,” also known as the structure which lies at the heart of a base of protective structures.