Legends Of Runeterra’s Next Expansion, Cosmic Creation, Available On December 16

Riot Games announced that the next expansion in the Call of the Mountain set, Cosmic Creation, is heading to Legends of Runeterra tomorrow, December 16. The update will add 40 new cards, including three Champions, a new Keyword, customization options, and more cosmetics.

This will be the last expansion in the Call of the Mountain set, bringing all regions to “a near-equal share of champions and other cards.” The new Keyword coming to Runeterra is Augment, which gives followers a permanent +1|+0 bonus whenever a ‘created’ card is played after being summoned. Text has been updated on older cards to clarify the meaning of ‘created.’

You’ll also see three new champions – Riven, Viktor, and Zoe – each with their own abilities to help turn the tide of battle. Going along with the new champions are 40 new cards. Targon, Noxus, and Piltover & Zaun will each get 10, then there will be 5 cards with Augment and 5 new Landmarks.

Patch 1.16 is bringing Prismatic Card Styles to the game, too, giving you a new way to modify cards in your deck. Cards can be upgraded to the new style using Prismatic Chests, Essence currency, or coins.

There’s a lot more content coming with this update, including new cosmetics, new Expedition archetypes, and updated Region Roads, so check out the official Legends of Runeterra website for more details.

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