One of the recently leaked champions in League of Legends: Wild Rift is Quinn. The champion is classified as a marksman and features a few unique abilities that make her shine in multiple roles. The upcoming new Wild Rift champion Quinn is one of the few marksmen who is flexible due to her high mobility and wave-clearing potential.
Since Quinn is already an existing champion in League of Legends (LoL) PC, Riot Games may be implementing the same ability kit over to the mobile version. However, a few changes may be made to make her playable in Wild Rift and provide players with a smoother experience.
Wild Rift Quinn release date
Riot Games is yet to announce the official release date of Quinn in Wild Rift. Data Miners are also unsure of the champion’s release date. However, she is speculated to arrive some time in 2024.
Quinn is one of the oldest champions to be released in LoL PC. The champion has received a lot of visual and gameplay changes since her release in the game. Due to her flexible gameplay, she is considered a Specialist who can play multiple roles in the game.
For now, the game recently released Sivir with the upcoming champion Zyra set to be released soon in the current patch cycle. Given how champion releases only happen once or thrice per major patch, the new marksman champion may not be arriving soon.
Fans will have to keep their eyes peeled for more updates regarding the release date of Quinn in Wild Rift in the future. In the meantime, players can enjoy a plethora of new content in the patch 4.4b update, including a new marksman named Sivir.
Most of the time, Quinn is played in Top (Baron) Lane or the Mid Lane as she can easily poke enemies from a farther distance, allowing her to apply pressure to enemies and prevent them from farming. Due to her incredible mobility, players often avoid using her in the Bottom (Dragon) Lane as it would be a waste to not roam around the map in the early game.
Dur to her high mobility, most players often play her in the Top (Baron) Lane or the Mid Lane. This way she can easily roam around the map and provide support to other lanes when needed.
Her wave clearing is also quite fast, making her also viable in the Bottom (Dragon) Lane. However, she can offer more for her team if she can freely roam, something the Bottom Lane cannot provide as most champions assigned in this lane are forced to farm until mid to late game.
Nonetheless, it will be interesting to see how Riot Games implements Quinn’s playstyle once she gets added to Wild Rift’s champion pool.