MOBAs aren't easy to get into, but League of Legends: Wild Rift makes it easier than it's ever been. Riot Games somehow managed to make its flagship game streamlined and accessible all while maintaining the depth and nuance that keeps League of Legends matches interesting even after hundreds of hours of playing. Even without the full cast or a breadth of modes, Wild Rift is clearly the new king of mobile MOBAs.
League of Legends: Wild Rift is the quintessential competitive mobile MOBA that you should be playing. It differentiates itself from its PC counterpart by offering simplified modes and rebalanced champions. This allows it to be more accessible to newcomers and feels great during long play sessions. There’s definitely room for updates and refinement, but what’s offered now is a great mobile experience.
Far from lazy porting, Wild Rift makes complete sense on mobile. Its intelligent ergonomics create gripping confrontations and manages to restore what makes League of Legends salt. More accessible, shorter and less frustrating, the games of this mobile version could represent a perfect compromise for players who have dropped out of LoL and its grueling games, or for those left on the sidelines by its demanding prerequisites. For others, this experience is a logical extension of Summoner's Rift and has a place on their phones. If we regret a set back content or a few missing options here and there, Wild Rift is nonetheless an exceptional mobile experience that manages to superbly transcribe the sensations of one of the greatest competitive games in the world.
LoL: Wild Rift is a great game, despite being a mobile game. Mimics with dexterity what made LoL so big, and even allows itself to fly at a different height with things like the events, the character presentation or the customization options.
The best mobile MOBA that's ever been created, The gameplay is truly free-to-play and there's not a single thing that gives players an advantage via using micro-transaction. It's created by a passionate developer that keeps on updating the game to make it fresh, along with a growing esports scene. I'm really looking towards what the devs plan for the future!
It's a competitive MOBA that doesn't allow you to be competitive.
It's an excellent game if we check all the technical aspects (gameplay, balance, possibilities, controls, etc).
My score is because the most important thing in the game is broken. The matchmaking makes the game unplayable.
I have three accounts, in the main one I'm Grand Master, but with another account, I can lose 10 times in a row in silver. This should not be possible if the leagues were correct. There are low-level players in high leagues and high-level players in low leagues. This means that the leagues don't mean anything. All the players are mixed in all leagues.
The problem is not the trolls or afk (there are some of them...). The problem is there are very good players playing with low-level people in the same game. This makes the game unplayable and very frustrating.
In my mind there is only one reason for that problem; there are not enough players. But they are giving a lot of updates, why they will do that if the game is not working as expected?
The fact is that the game is awesome if you play with balanced teams. I played some games in amateur competitive teams and it feels amazing.
SummaryDive into Wild Rift: the skills-and-strats 5v5 MOBA experience of League of Legends, now built from the ground up for mobile and console. With fresh controls and fast-paced games, players of every level can team up with friends, lock in their champion, and go for the big plays.