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The virtual K-pop band from League of Legends is releasing its first album in November

League Of Legends K Pop Band
League Of Legends K Pop Band (Image credit: K/DA)

What you need to know

  • League of Legends is an incredibly popular MOBA PC game that is constantly expanding its game universe.
  • Of the more peculiar (and successful) expansions in recent history was the creation of the virtual K-pop band K/DA.
  • The band, which has been assisted by real-life K-pop stars in the, just announced their first album, "All Out," releasing this November.
  • It's one of the weirder things to happen in gaming today, but it's clear Riot Games has found a creative headline for League of Legends.

League of Legends is an incredibly popular PC game that continues to expand both its player base and its brand. League of Legends has expanded its universe into all kinds of things, but one of the more unique developments from the popular Riot Games franchise has been K/DA, a virtual K-pop band tied to League of Legends. And, according to a report from the Verge, "All Out," the first EP album from K/DA, is set to release on November 6, 2020, to the surprising excitement of many fans.

For those of you who aren't aware (I wasn't until today), K/DA is a fascinating K-pop band comprised entirely of virtual characters. They've released singles, have collaborated with real-life K-pop stars, held AR concerts, and all of it has been... for League of Legends? I'm not certain where the connection is, but the bizarre mix of things here just seems to work, as K/DA appears to have a sizeable fanbase, and their every movement attracts attention for K/DA, Riot Games, and League of Legends.

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Zachary Boddy
Zachary Boddy

Zachary Boddy is the Minecraft Expert and a News Writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life, and have been freelancing for Windows Central and its sister sites since 2019, with a focus on Xbox and PC gaming. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.