The skills-and-strats 5v5 MOBA experience of League of Legends, now on mobile.

Dive into Wild Rift: the skills-and-strategy 5v5 MOBA experience of League of Legends by Riot Games, now built from the ground up for mobile. With smooth controls and fast-paced games, you can team up with friends, lock in your champion, and go for the big plays.

Master the Rift and earn your legend with dynamic champs and ever-changing strats. Each game is a chance to land the perfect skill shot, turn the tides in a crazy teamfight, or pull off that sweet, sweet pentakill.

Teamwork makes the dream work in this mobile MOBA. Whether you’re a duo, trio, or full five-stack, you can queue up with your squad and climb the ladder one enemy Nexus at a time.

Dunk on the competition with a giant sword, freeze enemies in their tracks with a cross-the-map ice arrow, or lure opponents to their doom with mesmerizing charm. Whatever you want your legend to be, there’s a champ for you.

Face off in matches balanced for skill level as well as party size. All champions can be earned for free in Wild Rift, and there’s no paying for playtime or power. Ever.

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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone 6 and above.

What’s New

Version 5046

Patch 2.5 is here! Throughout October and November:

• THREE NEW CHAMPIONS: Tiny evil, hextech inventions, and a sharpshootin' sheriff—Veigar, Jayce and Caitlyn join Wild Rift!
• GUILDS: Join a guild and face off against your rivals in Guild vs Guild!
• PROVE YOUR WORTH: The Dragonmancer event descends!
• TWO RIFT HERALDS?: Say hello to Shelly's friend!
• MATCHMAKING UPGRADES: Keeping things fair on the Rift!


Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
17.5K Ratings

17.5K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Reworked and retrofitted for gaming on the go, League of Legends: Wild Rift brings the franchise’s twitchy thrills, unmatched depth, and nail-biting tactics to iPhone and iPad. Each match is a fast-paced 5v5 tug-of-war. Pick from dozens of champions and head onto the battlefield, charging down one of three lanes as you help your team destroy the enemy’s Nexus. Combining slick, accessible touchscreen controls with the tactical brilliance that turned League of Legends into a worldwide sensation, Wild Rift is a must-play MOBA for newcomers and vets alike.

zlanman21 ,

Best Mobile MOBA by far

This game is amazing especially when you compare it to the other games on the market. All the bad reviews I see and just pc players complaining about how it’s not the same. It’s not lol on mobile it’s mobile lol. Ofc you can’t react as fast and ofc the controls won’t be as smooth but you’re not on a pc you’re on your phone what did you expect, them to copy and paste the game and everything work the same 🤪.One reason is they aren’t constantly trying to get you to spend money after every game you play. Another is no character is so extremely op that they can literally kill you by themselves with two auto attacks like in mobile legends or arena of valor. It’s very balanced. Because it’s so balanced teamfights actually matter and they aren’t just a spam of abilities and whoever has the most dps wins. I don’t wanna make this review too long bcuz then no one will read it but the only problem I have with this game at the moment is that sometimes you’ll get out in a game and everyone will pick their characters and then the game will say failed to connect and when you try and rejoin it says the game already ended. The games isn’t in your match history either which shows that it’s not just your WiFi cutting out.

PatrickWells2879 ,

It’s ok but much prefer the original version of League

It’s fun for an occasional game on the go, but it’s nothing compared to the original PC version. The controls are a bit clunky although I don’t really play mobile games. The auto targeting is a little buggy as some long range abilities such as Lux’s ult will sometimes lock on to a jungle camp instead of the enemy champion, and for melee champs it is difficult to target an enemy champion if they are standing too close to minions with only your finger and not the precision of an actual mouse. There’s no draft picking at this time so champ select can be rough, especially when you get queued with newer players who may not understand roles. I’ve ended up in a few matches with only supports on my team, which wasn’t a fun time.

Some additions to the game such as mirror lanes are completely unnecessary and make things more complicated than they need to be, especially for newer players. I opened a ticket with Riot to see if there was an option somewhere to disable the mirror lanes, and the person who wrote me back said that there wasn’t but agreed that it caused things to be messy! Hopefully if their own team thinks this they will add an option to disable it soon. Also with as much time and effort as I’ve put into the pc version as far as unlocking champions and skins, I wish at least some of that could carry over, rather than treating this as an entirely different game.

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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