Nobody knows how to sell skins like Riot Games and League of Legends. Subsequent to discovering accomplishment with K/DA, an idea that transformed a portion of its heroes into a pop star young lady band, they’re back at it again with another band, True Damage, which is progressively centered around hip-hop.
Supposedly, after K/DA, Akali made it her strategic enlist another hip-jump gathering. That group is True Damage and notwithstanding her, incorporates Yasuo as DJ, and Ekko, Senna and Qiyana as the highlighted artists.
Riot has recently revealed an enlivened music video for True Damage’s first melody Giants, and it’s entirely damn great. The actual artists performing it are Becky G, Keke Palmer, (G)I-DLE’s Soyeon, Duckwrth, and Thutmose, and the melody will be included in front of the League of Legends World Championship Finals which will be later today.
Every one of the five individuals from True Damage each have their own skins for procurement, like what Riot did with K/DA beforehand. On the off chance that you missed that entire thing, it’s certainly worth looking at K/DA’s POP/STARS video from a year prior:
Diverse animation style, same idea. They guess it’s far from being obviously true which group/song/video is better, however they’re inclining toward K/DA. To express Riot’s plan to transform its characters into music stars is a triumph is putting it mildly. The POP/STARS video has 279 million perspectives, and it’s impossible to say what number of duplicates of the track Riot sold. Starting at the present moment, the Giants video has 350,000 views and it just turned out a couple of hours prior.
It makes sense that Riot is going to continue doing this consistently around Worlds, and they should see another musical group with another style structure one year from now. Class of Legends country band, anybody?
The finals are in a couple of more hours, and the True Damage skins are accessible in League of Legends itself at this moment, which normally are going to cost they a pretty penny.
They truly love this idea and it shows that Riot can mess around with their dream characters in abnormal manners. It additionally gets them energized for the coming League of Legends anime.
They’ve tuned in to Giants a couple of times as of now, and will most likely be playing it on rehash the remainder of the day.
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