Riot Games had teased Wild Rift, the mobile version of League of Legends in its 10 year anniversary announcement, and now its almost out for release to the public.
The game has been tested by a group of closed beta testers and they have helped create this list of all the phones compatible with the new game.
Wild Rift has very low graphic requirements as it is but this list will help you know for sure if your mobile can play Wild Rift or not.
Official Configuration: Android: 1GB RAM, Qualcomm Snapdragon 410, and Adreno 306 GPU and above
iOS: iPhone 5S and above
List of Phones:
Oppo: A57, A59, A59s, R11, R11 Plus, R11s, R7, R9, R9 Plus, R9s Plus, R9s, A53, R1C, R7s, R7s Plus
Vivo: X20, X6D, X7, X7 Plus, X9 Plus, X9s, X9s Plus, Y55A
Xiaomi: 4X, Note, Note 2, Note 3, Note 4, Xiaomi 4, Xiaomi 5, Xiaomi 6, MIX 2
Huawei: Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10, Mate 9, P8, P9, P10,V8, V9, Maimang 4, Maimang 5, Maimang 6, Maimang 7, Maimang 7i, G9, Nova, Nova 2, Pro 7, Pro 7 Plus, MX5.
Samsung: Galaxy Note 3 and above, Galaxy S7 Edge and above, Galaxy C7 Prime and above, Galaxy C8 and above.
The game has not been available on iOS yet so we do not know which iPhones or iPads will be compatible but reports suggest that iPhone 5S and above, iPad Air 2 and above, iPad Mini 4 and above, iPad 5th gen and above and all iPad pro versions will be able to run the game.
Wild Rift is set to be released in late 2020 so get ready with your devices to dive right in!