Riot has hinted that the exclusive Ice Dragon from Wild Rift might appear in PC League of Legends.
Even though the main objective of League of Legends is to destroy the opposing nexus, there are other side objectives on the map. These side objectives provide various buffs and benefits to help the team complete the main objective. Additionally, one of the prominent side objectives is the elemental dragon.
Elemental dragons or Drakes are in-game objectives located near the bot lane of Summoner’s Rift. After slaying the dragon, the team who slayed would receive many status buffs. Moreover, once a team slays four dragons, they will receive a dragon soul. This would give them a game-altering buff, making coming back harder for the opposing team.
Currently, in the PC version, there are six different elemental dragons. They are Mountain Drake, Wind Drake, Ocean Drake, Infernal Drake, Hextech Drake, and Chemtech Drake. Each of them provides a buff that is unique from one another.
Last month, Riot added the first-ever exclusive elemental dragon to Wild Rift, Ice Drake. It was well received by the Wild Rift community, as it was unique. And many fans asked Riot if this dragon would come out on PC any time in the future. And surprisingly, Riot was open to the idea.
Ice Dragon In League of Legends PC
Recently on Reddit, a player asked the devs if the Wild Rift exclusive Drake would be coming to the main game. RiotMeddler replied that if the Ice Drake goes well for Wild Rift, they will be open to adding it to the PC version. However, new dragons aren’t a priority for them at this moment. They are currently focusing on gameplay-related issues for preseason and large updates.
So if we do see new dragons, it won’t be in the next season. Rather, we might see new dragons in even subsequent seasons.