League of Legends beta lands for Mac

The popular multiplayer game League of Legends already has its version adapted to OS X. Following the free to play mode, League of Legends was presented for the first time in 2009, with PC users being the only ones who could enjoy the game.

With an essence very similar to that of Warcraft III, League of Legends offers us the opportunity toe face off in five versus five or three versus three team battles, each character being controlled by a player. Every week there is a rotation of players with whom we can play and that is where the possibility of spending real money comes in to unlock new characters and customize their appearance.

League of Legends

League of Legends for Mac still in beta version and you can download it from this link. Despite not being a final version, the game client has all the functionalities of its version for Windows, including content updates and stability improvements. Still, the developers at Riot Games will work hard to get the game out of beta as soon as possible.

If you are former users of the game, you can log in with your account While if you are new, you will have to pass a small registration to access the battlefield that will allow you to face other characters.

Little by little, video games are beginning to take on a real role on the OS X platform. Now we only have to hope that Apple improves the graphics that some of its devices incorporate, some of which seem too basic for the most cutting-edge titles.

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Source - MacRumors
To download - League of Legends for Mac


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