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Wild Rift now available for iPhone and iPad

A little over a year ago, Riot Games put all the cards on the table. In a presentation held to mark the 10th anniversary of League of Legends, the developers taught from completely new games, to new versions of the current ones for mobiles. And among the latter, of course, the one that stood out the most was Wild Rift.

League of Legends: Wild Rift
Wild Rift is the version of League of Legends for mobiles and, soon, also consoles.

League of Legends: Wild Rift is a version of the MOBA created specifically for touch controls and controller. This is not a simple adaptation of the PC game, but they have created it from scratch, reaching even higher quality levels than in the main version. All this with an accessible gameplay for everyone.

As in the PC game, in Wild Rift we can access fights of five players against five, in the same setting as always … although with some modifications. Summoner’s Rift has also been transformed, reducing its size and changing some of its mechanics to speed up games.

The characters, how could it be otherwise, are the same that we already find in the PC version. Yes, with completely new animations to show you more alive than ever. The only downside we can find is that, obviously, not all of them are available. Riot will continue to add new champions (and others on PC that are not there yet) as time goes on.

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A look at the League of Legends: Wild Rift tutorial

Ultimately, Riot Games’ new game for iPhone and iPad offers a tailored gaming experience that works so well on PC. Experience whose playability should not be underestimated, since the speed it offers will be able to hook many that they did not quite find a liking to the computer version.


To test League of Legends: Wild Rift, you just have to access the App Store from your iPhone or iPad. The game is now available for free in Europe, with a later launch in other areas such as Latin America.

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