During Apple’s iPhone 12 announcement, it was announced Riot Games‘ League of Legends: Wild Rift will be playable on the device later this year. The footage below showcases just what the mobile version of League of Legends will look like on the upcoming iOS smartphone.
Although Riot Games has mostly tested the title on Android devices, Wild Rift will be expected to take advantage of the iPhone 12’s A14 Bionic chip and 5G capabilities. “[The A14 Bionic chip] allows us to show off champions like Ash, with a brand new level of fidelity that you can’t find on any other platform,” said Michael Chow, executive producer at Riot Games. The A14 was manufactured to be 15 percent faster than the previous A13 chipset while also using 30 percent less power. These specs, alongside 5G capabilities, will allow the title to run on this new generation of iPhone.
League of Legends: Wild Rift will arrive on iOS and Android later this year.