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A Twist of Fate
A Twist of Fate

A Twist of Fate Cinematic League of Legends

A Twist of Fate Cinematic League of Legends

A Twist of Fate Cinematic League of Legends

Created by Blur Studios and published by Riot Games in the 25th of May 2013

Riot Games teamed up with Blur to create this action-packed trailer for League of Legends. The goal was to excite and delight players by bringing the champions of the game to life in a high-impact, highly detailed cinematic. It was Riot’s way of saying thank you to the passionate and committed League of Legends community.[2]

 Baron Nashor also makes an appearance at the end. This was a teaser by Riot as to what the Baron Nashor may look like in a future visual rework, confirmed with the Summoner’s Rift visual update in July 2014.

Riot Games teamed up with Blur to create this action-packed trailer for League of Legends. The goal was to excite and delight players by bringing the champions of the game to life in a high-impact, highly-detailed cinematic. It was Riot?s way of saying thank you to the passionate and committed League of Legends community.

If you’ve been following the League of Legends competitive scene, you’ve probably noticed tiny cinematic snippets in promotional videos for big events. Those little clips have all been part of a huge effort at Riot Gamesspanning the past several years and aiming to create an epic cinematic trailer.

Following last night’s conclusion of the League of Legends All-Star event in Shanghai, Riot finally released its impressive four-and-a half-minute cinematic trailer A Twist of Fate. The video has been met with a huge response from fans, reaching over 1.2 million views in less than 24 hours. Continue past the cut to watch the full embedded trailer or head over to YouTube to watch the Behind the Scenes video on the making of the trailer.

 

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