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    Riot Games benefits are now available to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers

    Game Pass subscribers can get all Valorant agents, all LoL champions, and more!

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    After the announcement of their collab back in June, Microsoft has announced that Riot Games benefits are available today to all Xbox Game Pass subscribers.

    In case you missed it, Microsoft announced its collab with Riot during the 2022 Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase. There, it was revealed that Game Pass subscribers will get loads of benefits in Riot’s various games.

    For instance, Game Pass subscribers will be given access to all Valorant agents, all LoL champions, all Wild Rift champions, and more.

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    Here’s a quick rundown of the benefits that you’ll get (via Xbox Wire):

    Valorant

    • All current Agents
    • Access to every new Agent as soon as they’re released
    • 20% Match XP boost given to Battle Pass, Event Pass, and active Agent Contract progress
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    League of Legends

    • All 160+ champions
    • Access to every new champion as soon as they’re released
    • 20% XP boost

    Legends of Runeterra

    • All cards in Foundations Set
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    Teamfight Tactics

    • 1-Star Rare Little Legend Tacticians
    • 4 Arena Skins available until April 2023, and 1 Arena Skin that’s on a monthly rotation thereafter

    League of Legends: Wild Rift (coming in January) unlocked benefits include:

    • All 80+ champions
    • Day-one access to every new champion as they’re released
    • 20% XP boost

    Plus, as an added benefit, players who link their accounts before January 1, 2023 will receive even more bonus rewards from Riot:

    • Valorant – Pocket Sage Buddy
    • League of Legends – Masterwork Chest and Key
    • Teamfight Tactics – Little Legend Rare Egg
    • Wild Rift – Random Emote Chest
    • Legends of Runeterra – Prismatic Chest

    With this, Game Pass subscribers who primarily play Valorant or LoL won’t have to worry about not being able to take advantage of their subscription by downloading and playing all the new games that get routinely get added to the service.

    Game Pass was released in the Philippines earlier this year, though it’s currently only available on PC.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

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