Legends of Runeterra: Forces from Beyond, what’s new in the expansion
The arrival of patch 3.11.0 of Legends of Runeterra: Forces From Beyond spotlights Kai’Sa, Gwen, and Evelynn with a slew of new cards that could shake up the LoR meta. Let’s see together what are the major new features of this extension.
An increasingly rich lore
With the extension of Legends of Runeterra: Forces From Beyondthe Riot Games studio continues to build lore around the champions of its games, as we have seen recently with the magnificent Arcane animated series available on Netflix or currently with the Star Guardian event.
The images from the trailer of Forces from beyond reveals the three characters who are at the center of the story: Kai’Sathe daughter of nothingness, Gwenthe sacred seamstress as well as the sadistic demoness Evelynn.
What’s New in Legends of Runeterra Patch 3.11.0: Forces From Beyond
You will therefore have understood it, the new extension of Legends of Runeterra, Forces From Beyondwill welcome new cards related to these three fighters.
Among the novelties, we note the origin Touched in agony of Evelynn, which allows her to summon a random carcass when she herself is summoned. Kai’Sa, on the other hand, has a Evolution which makes him benefit from +2 in attack and +2 points of life.
For her part, Gwen is able to perform a Sanctification. On her death and for the rest of the game, when the first ally attacks, she grants him +1 attack for the current round. This effect is cumulative for sanctified units that died during the game.
Indeed, in addition to two versions of each of the champions, there are also many spells and units related to the lore of the characters that will appear in the game with the expansion of Forces from beyond. In total, over 70 new cards allow you to create new decks around Kai’Sa, Gwen and Evelynn.
That’s it for the new features of patch 3.11.0 of Legends of Runeterra: Forces From Beyond. Let’s hope that this new extension gives new impetus to Riot Games’ card game, which cannot achieve the same success as other studio games, such as LoL, Wild Rift or TFT.