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League of Legends Still Here Season 2024 Cinematic Released with New Epic Song

League of Legends has an age-old tradition with its new seasons wherein the team releases a new cinematic alongside an epic theme. For 2024 (and League of Legends' Season 14), we receive the Still Here cinematic.

Released on the official League of Legends YouTube channel, this 4:19-long cinematic features a slew of fan-favourite characters that revisit the past, take a look at the present, and even show off the future of one particular champion. It has already reached over 70 million views and is still climbing, with many calling it the best one yet.

The new song is by Forts, Tiffany Aris, and 2WEI, the official 2024 League of Legends song to wow fans of Runeterra's cinematics. The video showcases characters like Morgana, Aatrox, Kayle, and even the spirit of death themselves, Kindred with Wolf and Lamb.

Still Here Season 2024 Cinematic League of Legends ft. Forts Tiffany Aris and 2WEI 3 42 screenshot

It's shaping up to be a big year for League of Legends, with the biggest-ever seasonal change. The Summoner's Rift has been changed to fit a void theme — we took a deeper dive on the 21st of November, where we also tackled the Gameplay Spotlight Trailer and looked at the individual changes that were coming, including the map changes, new features, new bosses, changes to old bosses, the item system, and so much more. If you want to learn about the now-released Season 14, make sure you check out that piece right here.

In the meantime, don't miss out on the opportunity to jump into the newly changed Summoner's Rift for Season 14, the new season changes, and more with the patch out now. And if you haven't already, check out the cinematic that comes with the release — it's one you won't want to miss out on. You can find the trailer above to watch alongside the official theme from 2WEI's YouTube channel as well. GG WP.

Artura Dawn

Artura Dawn

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