The next featured gameplay mode for League of Legends named ‘Hexakill’ will arrive on February 20, Riot Games has announced.
What’s new in Hexakill
‘Hexakill’ takes everything you know and love about League play and crams another player into the mix. The new six-versus-six bouts follow standard rules and take place in the familiar lanes of Summoner’s Rift, where an imploding enemy nexus awaits the team that can best adapt to yet another face in the fray.
The announcement came on Riot Games’ official blog
About the game
League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena where players take control of a character called a champion, and are matched with and against bots or other players in teams. There are many different Champions from which to choose.
Players meet up usually in “lanes”, and gain levels from killing the opposing team’s Champions controlled by players and Minions that regularly spawn and attack the other team.
The player earns a small amount of gold passively, but gets more by killing minions, towers that guard the lanes, neutral monsters, and enemy champions.