6 settings that you have to activate in LoL Wild Rift

6 settings that you have to activate in LoL Wild Rift


 If you install League of Legends: Wild Rift on Android or iOS, you can start the first matches immediately. But it is worth checking the settings to see what you can activate and deactivate. Some options can even be crucial to winning a match.


What are these settings? This article aims to improve your game experience in Wild Rift without having to resort to external input devices. Because a lot can be changed with small movements.


You can easily make all settings yourself in the game and they help you to improve the controls and performance. The aim is to deepen the gaming experience even further and even to give you an advantage over other players.


To make these adjustments, you have to be partly in the settings before a match, but partly also in a match. It's a little confusing. Simply use the practice mode for the options in a match.


1. High FPS instead of high optics

In the first step you should cancel the throttling of the FPS (frames per second). To do this, go to “General” in the options outside of a match and then to the “Graphics” area. By default, 60 FPS are deactivated in the settings because this puts a heavy load on your battery. So you're only playing at 30 FPS.


In the same step, you should pay attention to how much power your smartphone has. It can sometimes be necessary to turn the graphics down a bit to get better FPS:


  • In the event of problems, especially sets the shadows to medium or even low
  • The effect quality and the model quality can also be set to medium, without this leading to any real loss in quality
  • Post-processing and borders are also only used for a customized look and can easily be deactivated.

Why is that important? A higher FPS number results in a smoother gaming experience. You hit more reliably with your skill shots. This is important, especially when it comes to ranked matches.

However, always pay attention to battery consumption and heat generation. If your smartphone gets too warm, you should tweak the graphics performance as described above.

2. Portrait lock

For this step you have to switch to the control area in the options. There you will find the first point of portrait lock. With this function you can easily select an enemy and keep it as a picture of your abilities.

This function is deactivated by default and you should definitely use it.


Why is that important? With a simple click, you can then target the enemy again immediately if necessary. Targeted enemies are selected directly from both your auto attack and your skill shots.

In heated battles in particular, you don't want to have to repeatedly choose an enemy with the help of the auto-attack. Speed ​​counts here and you get that with the portrait lock.

3. Reduce the scoreboard

Another helpful function is the "halving" of overlays such as the scoreboard (in German point display). On the scoreboard you can see the stats of all players in the match. By default you can see this on the entire screen.

However, if you activate the options in-game (the gear next to the minimap) you can limit this display to half a picture.


Why is that important? You can see the stats as usual, but at the same time you have more space on the screen and see what is happening around you. This is useful in general.

4. Deactivate the shaking effects

In the same options as with the scoreboard you can also deactivate the “shaking effects”. These ensure that the screen wobbles.

Why is that important? The wobbling distracts from the actual game and can even be a disadvantage if you are prone to motion sickness. The option has no advantages and should therefore be deactivated.


5. Cancel actions correctly

Wild Rift offers you two different methods of canceling skills:

  • In variant 1 you have to reach a certain point on the screen with your finger (standard)
  • For variant 2 you just have to be far enough away from the ability and it will be canceled automatically.

Why is that important? In the course of a match you break abilities several times. It is therefore important to find your method of aborting this. Personally, I still work with the exact position, but I know players who prefer variant 2.


6. Adapt the buttons to your needs

At this point you have to take action yourself. Because Wild Rift allows you to change almost all of the content of the interface.

However, under "Options -> Controls -> Customize buttons" you can design the entire interface according to your wishes.

Many players, including myself, have moved the Summoner Spells closer to the skill. I also pulled the button to cancel skill shots down a bit.


6. Adapt the buttons to your needs
At this point you have to take action yourself. Because Wild Rift allows you to change almost all of the content of the interface.

However, under "Options -> Controls -> Customize buttons" you can design the entire interface according to your wishes.

Many players, including myself, have moved the Summoner Spells closer to the skill. I also pulled the button to cancel skill shots down a bit.

Why is that important? To get really good at Wild Rift, you need to be able to control your champion perfectly. For this it is important that you can intuitively find, use and cancel the skills.

So be sure to deal with the buttons.

We have come to the end of the tips. Did they help you? And do you know any other useful settings? Write us in the comments!

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