New League of Legends Cinematic Kicks Off A Big Year for Riot Games

2020 is going to be a big year for Riot Games and to kick it off, the studio just debuted a brand new Warriors cinematic.

Riot Games is ringing in the new year, and the online title’s 10th season, with an explosive new League of Legends cinematic that features an Imagine Dragons cover song Warriors by 2WEI and Edda Hayes. With the new season officially jumpstarting on January 10th, the latest cinematic is what fans were expecting in terms of incredible fight sequences. 

Produced by Blur Studios, the original song by Imagine Dragons was covered by artists 2WEI and Edda Hayes, with Hayes on vocals. In the video above, we see Vi, Sylas, and Caitlyn going toe-to-toe against Garen and Lux with combat leading into a battle against Void foes with special appearances made by Kai’Sa, Urgot, and Ezreal. 

With the new season starting on January 10th for League of Legends and Riot Games hard at work on so many splintered adventures based off of the franchise, 2020 is going to be an interesting time for fans of the highly acclaimed MOBA. 

What did you think about the new League of Legends cinematic, Warriors? Sound off by hitting us up over on Twitter @PrimaGames, or throw a nudge my way over @DirtyEffinHippy for more League of Legends goodness. 

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