Just in time for the 2018 World Cup, two new skins have appeared via the League of Legends Twitter. Playmaker Lee Sin and Sweeper Rammus will be joining the line of soccer-themed skins!
PBE Preview— League of Legends (@LeagueOfLegends) May 30, 2018
Playmaker Lee Sin and Sweeper Rammus
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There are nine other World Cup skins that match in the set. All-Star Akali, Goalkeeper Blitzcrank, Striker Ezreal and Red Card Katarina released in 2010 and Sweeper Alistar, Superfan Gragas, Striker Lucian, Goalkeeper Maokai and Red Card Twisted Fate released in 2014. All of these past skins are legacy, which means they are only available during certain times of the year. This may mean that these skins are legacy as well, but we don’t know that for sure yet.
Both skins are tentatively priced at 975 RP.
Playmaker Lee Sin
This is Lee Sin’s ninth skin, with his latest before this being God Fist Lee Sin in April 2017.
Sweeper Rammus is the beloved Armordillo’s seventh skin. Guardian of the Sands Rammus was his most recent skin, releasing in April 2015.
Both of these skins should make their way on to the Public Beta Environment soon with a live release in patch 8.12.
This article will be updated as more information becomes available.