K/DA is Getting a Full-Length EP Next Month Titled 'All Out'

K/DA is preparing to drop its first EP in early November with new skins for each champion coming to League of Legends in the near future as well.

After releasing its first new single since 2018 just a couple of weeks back, K/DA, the fictional K-pop group that is comprised of champions from League of Legends, is now set to release an entire album in a little over a month.

Riot Games announced today that K/DA is set to receive its own EP that is called All Out on November 6, 2020. The album will be released across various streaming services and will be the first collection of music that the group has released outside of its lone singles ‘The Baddest’ and ‘Pop/Stars’. The number of songs that will be appearing on the EP has not been divulged, however.

In addition to announcing the release date for K/DA’s All Out, new images of each champion/band member–Ahri, Evelynn, Kai’Sa, and Akali–have today emerged. The group’s new look, which can be seen in the featured image for this article, seemingly resembles the new skins that will surely be coming to League of Legends in the coming weeks. A release date or price point for these skins hasn’t been divulged just yet, but they’ll likely be dropping around the conclusion of Worlds 2020, which wraps up at the end of October.

Other than featuring a slate of new songs, All Out will also likely contain an appearance by Seraphine, who is slated to be the next champion coming to League of Legends. Riot Games always goes all out (pun intended) when it comes to Worlds season, so if you’re a big League of Legends fan, there should be a ton of new content related to the game dropping in the next few weeks.

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