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Check out the incredible League of Legends Season 2022 Cinematic – The Call as Riot kicks off new season

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The League of Legends Premiere opened with the new cinematic for the 2022 Season. It has the title “The Call” and various heroes can be seen rising up again after falling. This cinematic video will give goosebumps to anyone who watches it. League of Legends Season 2022, League of Legends 2022 Cinematic, League of Legends The Call, LoL Season 2022, Riot Games, League 2022

There are many League of Legends characters that you can find in the game. Ornn, Olaf, Sejuani, Taliyah, Kai’sa, Pantheon, Leona, Volibear, and Rek’sai. Except for Ornn who is hammering out a new sword, all these characters are shown in a tussle with each other at different places. Olaf and Sejuani are up against Volibear in the tundra of Frejlord. Taliyah and Kai’sa face Rek’sai and her swarm in the deserts of Shurima. And finally, Pantheon faces Leona at Mount Targon.

In the clashes between these characters, one side receives an early blow and falls. It happens to Sejuani, Taliyah, and Pantheon. But the champions rise up to the challenge and face their enemy. Sejuani goes back on her steed and throws her bola to create a Glacial Prison and break through the enemy ranks. On the other hand, Kai’sa decides to pull Rek’sai back into the void so that Taliyah can defend the surface of Shurima. Finally, Pantheon is shown to fly up to Mount Targon again with his Grand Starfall to challenge the heavens. After this is over, we see that Ornn has completed forging his sword and the scene cuts to the game title name “League of Legends.”

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The cinematic video has a song with the same name titled “The Call.” Edda Hayes, 2WEI, and Louis Leibfried have provided their voices in it. The song has beautiful lyrics which prompt people “to never surrender and rise up to the call”. With a captivating musical score that captures both the highs and lows of the cinematic video, it’s a riveting experience to behold.

Even if you do not play League of Legends, you should definitely check out this Cinematic trailer.

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