Riot Games brings Legendary Queue to Wild Rift, League of Legends’ premier leaderboard that gathers the best mobile players, much like Champions Queue on PC.
The competition in Wild Rift has increased since Riot released the modified League port in 2022. As with its full-featured sister title, high-elo players have been looking for a more consistent competitive experience to hone their skills.
As a mobile game, Wild Rift makes the Rift much more accessible to millions of people outside of Riot’s desktop client. However, games can range from strategic battlegrounds to outright fiestas that hardly satisfy the competitive itch.
Because of this, Riot feels it’s time to incorporate a sturdier ladder that will only feature the best summoners in Wild Rift.
Release of the Wild Rift Legendary Queue
Wild Rift will launch its Legendary Queue during Season 6 and it will be a points-based solo system, similar to League of Legends’ premium lobbies.
Legendary Queue will feature new ranks and will only be available to players who have advanced to Diamond tier or higher in the regular ranked queue.
This will work like League’s champions queue in practice, and Riot hopes to provide a suitable matchmaking experience for the best Wild Rift pros or players as they look for better competition.
“One of the changes we mentioned was that we thought about offering a split queue,” Riot said on its Wild Rift blog. “We currently only have one leaderboard trying to cater to both those who want to play with friends and those looking for the ultimate competitive experience.”
Players have “a few weeks” after the launch of Season 6 to reach Diamond+ and qualify for the new queue.
As such, Riot will watch the Legendary Queue seethe with players as they climb the ranks on a server filled with only the best that Wild Rift has to offer.
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