Another week brings another League of Legends: Wild Rift free champion rotation to the game. Many of the game's low-tier characters will get their chance to shine this week, but the queue will likely be affected by the return of the mushroom-planting Yordle Teemo.
Check out the list down below to see which champions are in the free-to-play pool as of July 15, as well as those you may have missed the week before.
As ever, you can see how this week's picks stack up against the competition on our League of Legends: Wild Rift tier list.
Current Wild Rift Free Champion Rotation
Though it's full of champions largely considered to be bottom of the barrel, the current Wild Rift free champion rotation at least offers one or more for each role.
- This big buff is one of the game's best Supports right now. He can heal and deliver powerful stuns, knock backs, and crowd control. He's bulky, too.
- Though the very definition of a glass cannon, Tristana's low defense is backed up by her incredible offense. Once built, she can launch herself into combat, take a life, and hop to another like a chess piece. She's the queen of tower demolition, as well.
- If you'll looking for a less in-your-face support, Nami's control over the bubbles and waves of the ocean can help.
- Similar to Tristana, Graves uses a massive gun to deliver powerful physical attacks, but rather than launch head-first into trouble, he uses a smoke grenade to cloud the vision of his targets.
- Aurelion Sol
- This big energy dragon prides itself on bowling out a ball of cosmic power that gets larger as it travels down the map. It's a great initiator in a team fight.
- Wukong's mastery of illusions allows him to replicate himself on whim, enabling mind games that can result in easy wins over generally difficult opponents. With powerful blows that can outrange most other melee champions, Wukong is feared.
- Twisted Fate
- If you like to add a little luck to your skill-based gameplay, the ranged champion Twisted Fate is for you. Rather than utilize a cannon or gun, this guy randomly draws cards from a deck to launch at his opponents with varied results.
- A fiery aura spinning around her person is all Shyvana needs to strike fear into her opponents. The longer a fight with her goes on, the less chance you have of surviving.
- Miss Fortune
- Yet another crazed gunner, Miss Fortune uses two massive flintlock pistols and a convenient roll to get in close, line up targets, and burn them down with her powerful ultimate area attack.
- Just like Wukong, Jax uses a massive pole (or street lamp) to smash his targets into submission. Rather than rely on deception, though, Jax uses a helpful jump to keep the pressure on until his powerful critical strikes deal a decisive blow.
Previous Wild Rift Free Rotation
These are the characters leaving the Wild Rift free champion list as the next comes into effect from July 15:
- With heals that shave off her own health, Soraka can be a difficult healer to trust. Silence and root abilities and a map-wide heal make up for the headache, though.
- Though she started off as a prime example of Wild Rift's movement tweaks, Vayne's gimmick of rolling around to bash targets into walls just didn't prove very useful. She's strong in the right hands, but she's not for beginners.
- Who knew a barrel could be so destructive? Gragas rolls, pounds, and slams his way through the competition.
- Filling in for Olaf, this warrior likes to dance with death. Like Garen, it's good practice to play chicken with your opponents. Let them think you're low, then pop invincibility and watch them waste their big skills.
- The mushroom king threatened to disrupt Wild Rift just as he did League of Legends. Thankfully, he hasn't kicked up that much of a stink. Movement works differently here, making his mushrooms less of a pain.
- One of many Yordles to show up right before the holidays, Lulu packs a punch. You just need to learn to master her little floaty friend.
- With enough skill, Jhin can chain kills with slows and roots, then use his sniper-like range to finish off anyone who tries to escape.
- Jarvan IV
- Prince Jarvan, The Exemplar of Demacia, is generally used as a tank. Though melee for the most part, his long reach, slowing abilities, gap-closers, and prison-like Ultimate turn him into a formidable duelist.
- The main appeal of Fizz is, and always has been, the potential of gobbling up champions with shark. It's not easy to pull off, though. Fizz often required feeding to really stand out.
- For the hyper-aggressive types, Akali represents a fast and nimble attacker. By tossing down a smoke bomb, she can slow down and slice up her target before they have a chance to fight back.
And that's all she wrote for our Wild Rift free champion rotation guide. Be sure to check back next week to stay in the know on the latest free-to-play pool.