League of Legends’ K/DA is Making a Comeback Next Week, New Champion Seraphine Could be Joining the Group

League of Legends’ K/DA is Making a Comeback Next Week, New Champion Seraphine Could be Joining the Group

KD/A, the hit pop group associated with League of Legends, is set to launch a new pre-release single next week on YouTube.

Two years ago, K/DA set the world on fire. The fictional band that is tied to League of Legends released the song “POP/STARS” to coincide with the end of the World Championship in 2018. And as of next week, it looks like K/DA will now be returning with more music it seems.

In a new tease on social media this afternoon, it was announced that K/DA is set to be making a comeback next week on August 27. In a video that will be premiering on YouTube at 3:00pm EDt/12:00pm PDT, a track called “The Baddest” will debut, which is said to be a pre-release single. While this will be the return of K/DA, it seems like we could be seeing a whole lot more of them afterward, as well.

The most interesting part of this new Twitter account that made the announcement is that it also seems to be teasing new skins tied to Akali, Ahri, Kaisa, and Evelynn, the four League of Legends champions that are part of the pop group. The header image for the account features each character wearing new outfits that we haven’t seen before, so be prepared to fork over some money for new skins.

As for what’s next for K/DA after the premiere of this new track, well, the group could be looking to expand at some point. The next champion joining League of Legends is said to be a character named Seraphine. Initial details of Seraphine have started leaking publicly this week, some of which point to her being a musician.

A few weeks ago, some information made its way to me that indicated the Seraphine could be joining K/DA. An anonymous source who seemingly has contacts at Riot Games shared some leaked screencaps, videos, and other details that I viewed showing that Seraphine will be joining K/DA at some point later this year, perhaps around the time of the 2020 World Championship. Take this all with a grain of salt as I wasn’t able to verify the information with multiple independent sources, but it seemed legitimate. Don’t be shocked to see it come to fruition, especially since Riot already did a similar thing last year when releasing Senna.

Regardless, even if K/DA doesn’t add another member, many around the globe will surely be happy to see the group returning and releasing new music in some form or fashion. We’ll share the new track with you here on DualShockers next week once it goes live.