Wild Rift Guild System: Everything We Know

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Wild Rift Guild System: Everything We Know

John Dave Rossel
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Riot Games confirmed the release of a new feature called Guilds which opens up a ton of opportunities for Wild Rift players to socialize and play with like-minded players.
The Guilds feature is set to arrive alongside the Wild Rift Patch 2.5 update.
The Guild system’s main goal is not only limited to improving the competitive drive of players, but rather it is also a hub for communities with different interests, whether it be casual or competitive.

Riot Games confirmed the release of a new feature called Guilds which opens up a ton of opportunities for League of Legends: Wild Rift players to socialize and play with like-minded players. This new feature is set to arrive alongside the Wild Rift Patch 2.5 update. The Guild system’s main goal is not only limited to improving the competitive drive of players with its Guild vs Guild system, but rather it is also a hub for communities with different interests, whether it be casual or competitive. The new Guild feature in Wild Rift also offers customizable profiles, specialized social feeds, versatile management settings, and much more.

What are Wild Rift Guilds?

The new Guild system in Wild Rift allows players with varied interests to create or join communities. Similar to other game titles’ Guild systems, it also offers a Guild vs Guild battle which resets every week. Winning or participating in matches with guildmates will yield generous rewards and will help bolster the Guild’s in-game progress.

Language barrier will not be a problem for players as newly created Guilds’ language is automatically set to the Guild Leader’s server location. However, this can be freely adjusted to open more doors to a variety of cultures and languages.

The Wild Rift Guilds Menu

The new Guild feature in Wild Rift shall serve as small bubbles of communities for players to socialize with each other. Each Guild may have an entirely different purpose, other than winning ranked matches.

Guild name, description, and tags

Guilds can share the same name. However, each Guild cannot have similar tags (Ex. TNC, OMG, EVOS). Each tag can only contain 2-5 characters. Guild tags are also currently the only way to search for your desired guild, though you can use filters to narrow down the results.

The description section should explain the Guild’s goals and what it truly stands for. This is a perfect way to get people’s attention and let them know what sort of community they will be joining.

Guild icons

More icons can be unlocked as the Guild makes progress. These Guild icons can be switched anytime with no limitations whatsoever.

Guild privacy levels

Guilds can choose to be open to the public, where everyone can freely join, or opt to be a private Guild, where every applicant needs to be approved before joining.

Any player can join or invite other players to join public Guilds. However, each Guild can only hold a limited amount of players. Players who get kicked out of the guild will be listed in the kick history and will not be able to join unless their name is removed from the ban list.

Protected Guilds are more exclusive and will require an invitation from officers of the Guild or an application must be sent and once approved, one can join the guild. Players can apply to up to 20 protected guilds at a time. If one of the Guilds accepts your application, all other applications you requested will be removed. If a Guild is already at full capacity, players can still apply and can be approved when there is a vacancy or the Guild expands its member capacity. However, these applications will expire after a week.

Topic Labels

To help players find the Guild that is better suited to their playstyle, topic labels will be introduced. These labels will help players filter out Guilds that they want to join. There can only be three topic labels for each Guild.

Listed below are the topic labels for Guilds:

  • Party Up

  • Inclusive

  • Community

  • Daily

  • Casual

  • Beginner Friendly

  • Chat

  • Voice

  • Ranked Climb

  • Highly Active

  • Leaderboards

  • Elite

Guild Feed

Guildmates can be given permission to share their in-game achievements and other updates to the Guild Feed. Every member of the Guild can see the Guild Feed. However, players outside the Guild will not be able to see it, unless the leader sets it to public.

Member List

The list of members can be made public or private by the leader and its officials. Members can check on their guildmates anytime which includes their ranks, preferred role, and in-game status.

Guild Members List

Guild Chat

One of the most important features of the Guild system in Wild Rift is the Guild chat and any member of the Guild can communicate through the Guild chat.

How to join Guilds in Wild Rift

You can join a guild by using the Guild Finder to browse through all the available Guilds in Wild Rift. You can also check each Guild’s level, current members, language, and Guild rank.

The Guild Finder Interface

If you're looking to join your friend's guild, just tap their name on your friend list, head to their profile, select their Guild, and either apply or join right away depending on the privacy settings.

How to create a Guild in Wild Rift

Creating a Guild in Wild Rift will require 450 Poro Coins or 200 Wild Cores. There are also prerequisites before a player can make a guild;

  • Level 9 or higher account

  • Be an Active player in Wild Rift (3 matches of PvP, Ranked, or ARAM in the past 2 weeks)

  • Not currently in a guild

  • A clean record - None of the following infractions in the past 60 days:

    • Chat abuse

    • Profane summoner name

    • Intentional feeding

    • Botting

    • Account trading

    • Real Money Services

If you meet the above criteria, you will be eligible to make your own Guild.

The Guild system in Wild Rift may be one of the biggest and most convenient ways to build a community within the game. It will be interesting to see more useful and fun features of this sort come to Wild Rift.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.