“League of Legends,” or League – arguably considered as the most played and popular multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) PC game in the world are now making waves on the mobile MOBA scene.
Now called “League of Legends: Wild Rift,” the new game from League creators Riot Games, this new mobile MOBA game gradually creates its own following, as more users from Southeast Asia are trying and eventually lending their time to play this new game.
Just like its mother game, Wild Rift adapts the same ranking system from the original League. Although a new rank between the Platinum and Diamond, which is the Emerald has debuted on the newest offering of Riot. Still, players would start with the Iron rank, and the Challenger rank is still the highest of them all just like in League.
Some players who are now playing Wild Rift are those who are already familiar with the League system as they were originally PC players of the game. While some who were not League PC players could be a stranger to League’s gameplay and system which is now adapted in the mobile MOBA scene.
We ran down the list of Wild Rift champions per position which are beginner-friendly and could bring a player to the highest of ranks in the ranked game. Here it goes:
Top Lane – Garen
One of the heroes which possess the best durability, Garen is a tank hero