League of Legends: Wild Rift’s open beta has gone live last month and as players get into the groove, we answer some questions regarding the game:
What are Premade Parties in Wild Rift?
A premade party is one where you have one or more friends/players playing the game with you. A premade party can be made of up to 4 players (excluding yourself). One of the K/DA missions is ‘Win a game with a premade party’. So add some friends and make Wild Rift even more fun.
How to use Emotes in Wild Rift?
Players can open chat in-game. There is a section above the quick message option where they will see a smiley face icon. Click on that and your selected emotes will be there. Make sure you set your emotes first before a game to use it while playing.
Where is Teleport?
Teleport, one of the summoner spells in League PC, is now an enchantment “item” for boots, along with many other actives like Gargoyle Stoneplate, Redemption, and Zhonya’s Hourglass. Riot made this shift to make active item enchants meaningful choices that vary from game-to-game based on matchups.
Why does Wild Rift have a mirrored map?
Riot tried many different designs and combinations of different maps and cameras, with the objective of giving players a true League of Legends experience while fitting the needs of their mobile screens. The current mirrored map design is the best one for a few reasons, but the main one is pretty simple: when you’re playing on “red side” (i.e. playing from the top right to the bottom left), most of your aimed skills will run into the twin-stick controls HUD.
How Do You Quit A Game Of Wild Rift?
There is no option to quit Wild Rift while in a match as Riot strongly discourages abandoning your teammates. Players will face a heavy AFK penalty for leaving. If you really need to quit a game, players can simply close the app on their phone or Force Stop the app in settings.