Rebuilding PC MOBA League of Legends for mobile can’t have been an easy feat, but it’s one that Riot Games has achieved nonetheless. The League of Legends: Wild Rift minimum mobile requirements have now been outlined for iOS and Android, so keep scrolling to learn if you meet the LoL: Wild Rift mobile specs or need to upgrade your smartphone.
League of Legends: Wild Rift minimum mobile specs for iOS and Android
The Wild Rift mobile specs aren’t currently “set in stone,” and could potentially be altered in the future. The developers are aiming to “make the game as accessible as possible” by catering to “as many devices” as they can, however. The expected minimum specs for playing LoL: Wild Rift on mobile aren’t too high as a result.
LoL: Wild Rift mobile specs for iOS
- Target minimum specs on Apple iPhone:
- iPhone 6 and later.
LoL: Wild Rift mobile specs for Android
- Target minimum specs on Android devices:
- 1.5GB RAM.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.
- Adreno 306 GPU.
- Riot Games is “working to support 32-bit Android processors.”
As you can see, even if your smartphone is a few generations old you should still be able to play League of Legends: Wild Rift comfortably. If it’s more than just a few generations outdated, however, it might finally be time to upgrade to a new handset.
If battery life is a problem on your mobile, thankfully, LoL: Wild Rift aims to cut down on the lengthy PC match times. It does so via a new 5v5 map, which tightens up gameplay by bringing players into conflict sooner; as a result, one team’s Nexus will fall in less time than usual and players won’t be tied to their phones for long periods of time.
If Riot makes any changes to the minimum League of Legends: Wild Rift mobile specs, we’ll let you know.