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League of Legends K-POP band gets its own custom Ducati

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(Image credit: Riot Games)

K/DA, League of Legends' K-Pop band, just got its own Ducati motorcycle. The virtual group's latest video was released earlier today, and featured in-game character Akali showing off on her new bike, which Ducati then featured on its own Twitter feed.

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According to Ducati, the bike is a "very unique" version of the Panigale V4, designed in collaboration between the iconic manufacturer and League of Legends. Normally that model would set you back around £20,000 ($26,000), but it's safe to assume that if one were to buy Akali's custom model, you'd be paying significantly more.

The bike features as a major part of K/DA's latest music video, More, which premiered earlier today. As well as marking the band's first new fully-animated single since 2018's massively successful Pop/Stars, it also heralds the arrival of new champion Seraphine - due to join League of Legends itself next month, the Starry-Eyed Songstress is making her debut in the game's wider universe as part of the band, an arrival which - coupled with Seraphine's controversial lore - has lead to some backlash from the community.

You can get a closer look at Akali's bike in Ducati's tweet than in the video, but personally I'd recommend giving that a watch anyway. Over the past few years Riot has certainly proved that it knows what it's doing when it comes to music, and More is a banger even by the developer's high standards.

If you're a particular fan of virtual motorcycles, then make sure you check out this Cyberpunk 2077 bike made by Keanu Reeves' own company.

Ali Jones
Ali Jones

I'm GamesRadar's news editor, working with the team to deliver breaking news from across the industry. I started my journalistic career while getting my degree in English Literature at the University of Warwick, where I also worked as Games Editor on the student newspaper, The Boar. Since then, I've run the news sections at PCGamesN and Kotaku UK, and also regularly contributed to PC Gamer. As you might be able to tell, PC is my platform of choice, so you can regularly find me playing League of Legends or Steam's latest indie hit.