League of Legends Wild Rift is available on iPhones and Android devices. The game settings enable players to play at 30, 60, and 120 FPS. While most higher-end devices are capable of running the game at 120 FPS, not a whole bunch can do it at high graphic settings. But, most phones are capable of running Wild Rift at 60 FPS unless you have an outdated smartphone that can barely run the game.
To play Wild Rift at 60 FPS, head over to Settings on the top-right corner of the game. You can find the settings when you’re in a game or in the lobby. While it’s possible to adjust the frame rate while in a game, you cannot change the graphic quality. We strongly suggest setting the game on 60 FPS and reducing the graphic quality if your phone gets too hot or the frame rate drops throughout playing, especially in teamfights.
As long as the graphic quality is set to low and the frame rate is 60 FPS, you shouldn’t have any problems. We highly suggest not to trust any third-party application that will claim to boost your performance during gameplay. These third-party applicants are mostly after your personal information, and trusting them could get you in some serious trouble.