Pentakill has been a band for a few years now, and is the one of the most popular in the world. They have a record number of fans, and have been featured on a number of big events. Their most recent show, a virtual concert, was held in Taiwan on January 15th, and had more than 100,000 people attend. In addition to playing two songs, the band also previewed a new character, Vex, the Herald.
As a Pentakill fan yourself, you know how much the band’s music has added to the community. You don’t need to see or hear Pentakill to know how amazing their music is. And while Pentakill’s latest album “Rite of Passage” has been a great success, the band has not stopped there. The band’s lead guitarist, Chris Haffey, announced Tuesday that, “By the time 2018 hits, Pentakill will have a virtual reality show, Pentakill Shoot Shoot, to showcase the band’s virtual concert experience.” As the band prepares for their virtual concerts, they have also announced a nine-song EP called
Do you want to play some heavy metal with your MOBA? Then you’re definitely a fan of Pentakill, the League of Legends virtual heavy metal band. Riot Games will host a “interactive album experience” and virtual performance to celebrate the release of the band’s third album, Lost Chapter, which was originally revealed at the conclusion of an ARG that began on August 29th.
This new kind of digital event will kick off on September 8th at 4:00 p.m. EDT with a 30-minute pre-show and an hour-long concert including the whole of Pentakill’s new album. During the performance, fans will be able to participate in chat features, fan webcam integration, and a voting mechanism that will allow fans to decide what occurs during the event. The new record will be available on all major digital streaming platforms after the event. Those interested in participating in this digital concert should go to this website for more information, since there is a WaveXR registration procedure to become involved.
In other League of Legends news, the game is about to receive its next roster addition. Vex, the Gloomist, would like to greet you. Except don’t say hi since she’s probably not fond of them. Alternatively, there’s sunshine. Colors, for example. In the trailer below, you can see her whole transaction.
Following a 2018 exposé of the company’s “bro culture,” which included sexual discrimination and harassment, Riot Games has become a divisive figure in the gaming industry. Several developers and high-ranking officials were implicated in the incident, which resulted in a developer labor dispute and walk-out. Former employees and the state of California have filed lawsuits alleging that Riot is refusing to assist with the inquiry.