League of Legends: Wild Rift is wildly enjoyable – once you get the hang of it

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If you’ve ever dreamed of siccing a rampaging bear toward an enemy or blowing them away with your music (thank you, Jem and the Holograms), you might not realize that League of Legends: Wild Rift can help you do just that. More than being the insanely popular MOBA that it is, the mobile version can also let you step into the shoes of a Korean popstar all from the convenience of your smartphone.
Okay, so that’s not exactly the reason why this game has swept the esports scene by storm. But given that I know absolutely nothing about this franchise, those unique Champions that I get to play as are the main appeal of the game for me.
As a resident of one of the regions where League of Legends: Wild Rift is currently on soft launch, I was able to get my hands on it and try it out before the rest of the world can. I’m not an esports gal. While I’m a huge fan of Starcraft, I play the RTS game non-competitively, and I’m mainly a console gamer – which is why going into Wild Rift, I was the noob-est of all noobs. All I know about the game is that it’s insanely popular and incredibly intimidating, but I’ve always been curious to see what the fuss is all about, and boy, was there a lot of fuss.
First of all, Wild Rift, to me, is not exactly beginner-friendly. While it does hold your hand for a while to guide you through the controls for a little bit, it doesn’t show you the ropes enough for you to actually play well on your own. I had to spend two days watching YouTube videos to actually get a better picture of how to play this game, because no amount of beginner’s guides out there could teach me the one thing I really needed to know – how do I level up my character?
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