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League of Legends is without a doubt the most popular MOBA out there. With millions of people playing Riot’s game on a daily basis, it was only a matter of time before the studio made the next logical step: Going mobile.
That’s where Wild Rift comes in. Transferring a MOBA from PC to a mobile device might seem like a bad idea at first, but Riot have done an outstanding job. Wild Rift was highly anticipated in some regions like China, where the mobile market is highly developed. The game didn’t release at the same time in all regions but now in the final month of 2020, it’s finally out. Well... technically, it’s still in open beta but that doesn’t seem to be a problem for the majority of players. To make it even better, the game is also free, much like the original.
Controlling your legend can be tough at first but you eventually get used to it. Riot managed to keep what makes League of Legends enjoyable even on mobile. There’s one crucial component that can’t be fixed though and that’s communication. Since typing on your phone takes significantly longer for most of us, a better way to talk might be using emotes. Here’s our short guide on how to earn, add, and use them along with how to call your lane/position!