League of Legends: Wild Rift has added Lee Sin to its roster of champions available for closed beta members to use right now. Lee Sin’s addition comes early as the team travels to test their patch systems for the game. Lee Sin has been one of the most popular champions in League of Legends. It offers players a unique style of close combat with the ability to quickly reduce distance, chase enemies, or help your team. “Today will be a worthy test.” We are allowing Lee Sin a little earlier than expected to test our patching systems. If you want to get early access to Lee Sin, close and reopen the app and you’ll be prompted to download an optional fix! pic.twitter.com/knAhsQ1h0y— League of Legends: Wild Rift (@wildrift) October 21, 2020 One of its most useful tools for this is the champion’s ability to jump around quarters with the use of Safeguard. Players who were able to use the champion in Wild Rift quickly noticed that this mechanic had not entered the game, with Safeguard instead becoming a dash for the champion. The addition of Lee Sin takes the total roster currently available in Wild. Rift at 49, with a variety of newer and older champions available to players. Wild Rift will go into Open Beta later this month, however, it will be strictly for users in areas that the Closed Beta currently serves. . With the announcement, the team also said the plan was for many locations, including Europe, Taiwan, Oceania and Vietnam, to be introduced into the beta in December. wait because currently the beta launch timeline is early 2021.