Last week, League of Legends developer Riot Games announced it had some particular new skins within the works for its flagship MOBA game, together with an upcoming Legendary “Dragonmancer” pores and skin for diver Champion Lee Sin. Now, the studio’s posted a bunch of PBE previews on Twitter giving us a look a some shiny new kinds on the best way to the sport’s testing servers – and it seems a bunch of the best League of Legends Champions are in for dragon-themed seems to be quickly.

The first of two preview clips contains that Legendary Lee Sin pores and skin. Until now, its official identify wasn’t revealed by Riot, however now we all know it’s known as ‘Storm Dragon Lee Sin’. As you may see under, in-game the Champ’s new look displays that glowing blue, electrical aura that was teased in his splash artwork. “A Warrior ascetic consumed with an electrical passion for justice,” its description reads on Riot’s weblog publish, “Lee Sin climbed the mountain of the Storm Dragon, hoping to obtain his blessing.

“Having returned from the summit as a Legendary Dragonmancer, Lee Sin now doles out thunderous punishment to villains everywhere – ever under the watchful eye of his draconic patron.”

As for the opposite batch of skins, the checklist of fortunate Champs contains Fae Dragon Ashe, Eternal Dragon Brand, Storm Dragon Aurelion Sol, after which Obsidian Dragon Sett (who will get a Prestige Edition pores and skin, too). Like Lee Sin’s these all have the same distinctive, glowing, electrical power, with dragons woven into the Champ’s skills – take a look under:

And listed below are Sett’s upcoming skins:

There’s no affirmation on precisely once we can count on to see the new pores and skin hit the sport, but it surely’s virtually definitely shortly after the following replace, LoL patch 10.20, goes dwell in-game. According to the League of Legends patch schedule, that’s Wednesday, September 30, 2020 – but it surely’ll hit the PBE for testing later this week, so maintain checking again right here to get an early look.

In the meantime, go take a look at the LoL patch 10.19 notes. There’s a lot to lap up forward of its launch this week.