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New-look Volibear shown off during League’s 2020 season teaser

It's about time.

Riot Games casually showed off how Volibear’s champion update is going as part of its new League of Legends 2020 season teaser video today—and it looks pretty damn cool.

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Riot added the visual update of Volibear briefly during the video at around the 30-second mark. It doesn’t exactly tell us anything about the champion’s new abilities or gameplay changes, but Volibear looks awesome.

Riot hasn’t shown off much about the champion other than its new look and we don’t even have a 3D model as of yet. But to follow this teaser video, we expect Riot to reveal the actual details of the champion rework in the next few days or weeks in individual videos.

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At first glance, the new Volibear looks a lot more animalistic, getting rid of a lot of its armor and old bear-like face and look in favor of more tribal and aesthetically pleasing hair braids and clothing.

It’s unclear, however, what Volibear’s new abilities are or if any of his old kit will transfer over.

Riot has also promised to show off more champions and reworks in the future, with fans still awaiting reworks like Fiddlesticks’ to appear in 2020.

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Adam Newell
Assigning Editor. In 2015, Adam graduated from the University of Aberystwyth with a bachelor's in Media and Communications. Working in the industry for over ten years. If it has anything to do with Nintendo and Pokémon chances are you will see me talking about it, covering, and likely not sleeping while playing it.