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Riot Discusses Its Diversity Efforts For Wild Rift And The Power Spike Update

League of Legends: Wild Rift was released in October 2020 and has already amassed more than 20 million average monthly players. Wild Rift takes many favorites from League of Legends proper such as Ahri, Senna, Lucian, Vi, Jinx, and Caitlyn to name a few, and lets players use them in mobile team matches. If you’re unfamiliar, Wild Rift works from the core League of Legends as a pivotal foundation but employs mechanics, game length, and even character choices differently from the PC game.

The characters, however, do stay true to their PC counterparts mechanically and aesthetically. Wild Rift matches are about 15 minutes long in comparison to League of Legends’ typical 45 minutes. Wild Rift is basically an expedited version of playing League of Legends on your phone, but flourishes in its own right, grabbing players from all over with the ease of playing with mobile. GameSpot recently sat in on a roundtable discussion of Wild Rift’s newest patch, 3.14: Power Spike. This patch adds new items, characters, and balance changes to the Wild Rift roster and it’s available now.

If you want to check out exact balance changes, and specific stats buffs/nerfs to characters, you can check out the Champion Changes for Wild Rift 3.4 that goes into detail on all of your number needs. You can go here for the patch notes but below you can learn about what’s new and on the horizon for Wild Rift from the developers directly.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: All Character Houses

Disney Dreamlight Valley is overflowing with stuff to do, but few things are as satisfying as making new friends and adding them to your own world. Meeting the various Disney characters in Dreamlight Valley requires a bit of work on your part, of course, asking you to travel to beloved realms, complete quests, and invite them back to live in the valley. But once you get them there, it’s always worth the effort.

Most characters you encounter will have a home that you can place in any of the game’s biomes, giving you an opportunity to decide where they’ll be living out their lives in the valley. Whether you want to have a dedicated neighborhood full of homes or spread everyone out across different areas, the choice is entirely up to you–at least once you’ve paid Scrooge McDuck some coins to build the home, that is.

Granted, not every character has a buildable home. Some characters already have homes in the valley at the start of the game, such as Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, and Merlin. Others will take up residence in pre-existing structures, such as Mother Gothel’s cursed tree in the Glade of Trust or Elsa’s ice cave in the Forest of Valor. Additionally, the requirements for bringing some of these beloved friends to your valley may be a little bit difficult to figure out at times, asking you to complete objectives or find special items. Such is the case with Prince Eric and Stitch, especially–both of whom take quite a bit more effort than usual.

We’ve decided to take a stroll around the valley and snap some shots of each character’s home so that you can get a look at what to expect when you befriend each of them. Hopefully, it’ll give you an idea of who you’d like to prioritize unlocking first and where you may want to place their dwelling based on the aesthetics of the structure. Either way, enjoy this look at all of the characters’ houses currently in Dreamlight Valley.

Mickey’s House

Minnie’s House

Goofy’s House

Merlin’s House

Donald’s House

Mother Gothel’s House

WALL-E’s House

Ariel’s House

Prince Eric’s House

Ursula’s House

Remy’s House

Scar’s House

Elsa’s House

Anna and Kristoff’s House

Stitch’s House

Woody’s House

Buzz’s House

Moana’s House

Maui’s House

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History of Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem is widely regarded as one of the premiere tactical role-playing franchises. To celebrate the launch of the latest game, Fire Emblem Engage, here is the history of Fire Emblem.

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Far Cry 7 And Standalone Multiplayer Game Reportedly In Development | GameSpot News

Ubisoft doubles down on Far Cry, fans discover potential Dead Space 2 Remake Easter egg, and new details on The Lords of the Fallen.

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