In the last few years, monstrous champions have been all but forgotten in League of Legends, so we can't be blamed for jumping at every new piece of information that comes out regarding the new Void jungler.
Screaming into existence with the birth of the universe, the Void is a manifestation of the unknowable nothingness that lies beyond. It is a force of insatiable hunger, waiting through the eons until its masters, the mysterious Watchers, mark the final time of undoing.
In the recently released Malzahar story, the protagonist is fed to an impossibly large void creature, and in the moments before his doom, he glimpses the fall of the Immortal Bastion, Noxus' capital, and Freljord engulfed in chaos as the ice ruptures, and grotesque creatures come pouring out.
The creature he is being fed to, we now know, is Bel'Veth, the new Void Jungler. Though, previously, we thought it was Rem'Ora, due to conflicting leaks. SHould've trusted The Big Bad Bear's source, in hindsight.
The champion's teaser trailer was supposed to be released on April 9, but as none of us have watched it, it's safe to say that it has been delayed.
Hopefully, this doesn't mean that the champion itself is being delayed too much, and instead, Riot are merely having Bel'Veth's release be in line with the upcoming Void event. After all, it wouldn't make sense to have the main antagonist this season be released as a champion before they even become an antagonist in the first place.