Riot Games recently announced that League+ will transition into a mobile companion for VALORANT and Riot’s other flagship titles.
This change is being implemented to make it easier to navigate Riot's ever-expanding ecosystem. The mobile app will now become the one-step hub for fans and players to get all the information about their favorite games.
Here's everything you need to know about Riot Mobile replacing League+.
League+ Will Transitions To Riot Mobile
In a recent blog post, Lex White, Riot's Product Manager highlighted all the features of Riot Mobile, and what this will mean for the community.
Introducing Riot Mobile
The first thing you should know is that on October 4th, 2021 League+ will be upgraded to Riot Mobile. When we set out on this project, our goal was to create an experience for players that made it easy to discover new content and activities to engage with, stay informed across all of our titles and events, and connect to other Riot players outside of the game.
We’ve made a lot of progress since our last update and we’re excited to share what we’ve been cooking up over the last several months.
Here are the key highlights:
New Look and Feel
Our design team has worked hard to enhance your experience on mobile and build a solid foundation for some really cool features coming in 2022 focused on esports, more access to content, and personalization.
- For v1.0, the enhanced Riot Mobile experience includes:
- Player Profiles
- Cross-Game & Cross-Region Chat
- Quick Paths to Search for Friends & Start Conversations
If you’re looking for an easy way to stay up to date with the games and events that matter most to you, Riot Mobile has you covered. At launch we’ll support the following titles, but will continue to expand as we release new experiences:
- League of Legends
- League of Legends: Wild Rift
- Legends of Runeterra
- Team Fight Tactics
Don’t worry if you only play VALORANT. Riot Mobile allows players to easily set filters so they only see the content and experiences that they care about the most.
What's On The Horizon For Riot Mobile?
The pivot to multi-game is a huge undertaking that will keep us busy for a while. Our main focus will be making it easier for players to connect with the content and people they enjoy across all of our titles in a fun and comfortable way.
You will start to see significant improvements to experiences around esports, match history and player security shortly after our initial launch.
An Update On Stability and Performance
We appreciate your feedback and have done our best to address many of your concerns around crashes, chat issues, and notifications. While some of these fixes are already resolved within League+, there are some improvements that will only be included in the Riot Mobile app -- so be sure to update to Riot Mobile on October 4th when it becomes available in the App Store and Google Play Store.
Crashes During Login - Fixed in League+ v1.10.6
iOS Match History Crashes - Fixed in League+ v1.10.6
Match History Not Loading - Fixed in League+ v1.9.7
Certain regions may have issues accessing Match History for players based in a different region
Deleted Chat History - Fixed in League+ v1.9.7
Delays with Chat Push Notifications - Being investigated. Targeting fix for Riot Mobile.
Frequent Logouts - Being investigated. Targeting fix for Riot Mobile.
How To Download Riot Mobile
Good news. If you already have League+ installed on your phone and have automatic updates set up, the app will automatically update when it’s available in your region.
If you don’t, we recommend heading over to your preferred app store and downloading League+ now so you’ll be part of the first wave to experience Riot Mobile when it launches.
The League+ app is currently available on Google Play and iOS for Android and iPhone users.