Planning an early invade. Psyching out the enemy team with misinformation about said invade. Subsequently turning off chat when the invade fails in a spectacular fashion.
When it comes to the online multiplayer experience, managing your lines of communication can be the difference between victory and terrible, terrible defeat!
What does each in-game chat setting do?
League of Legends: Wild Rift gives you three settings to choose from:
All: Chat will display text from all players, including enemies.
Team: Chat will only display text from teammates.
Party: Chat will only display text from the premade party.
Chat is a two-way street, meaning you can only send messages within the limits you set to receive them. Enabling Team chat will prevent you from talking to the enemy, and turning chat to Party will ensure that only your premade group can see your messages.
You can also use the Chat Filter to further curate your experience, whether that means classing up the discourse with a sprinkle of asterisks or disabling the filter to unleash the full force of the internet.
How do I change the in-game chat settings?
Once you're on the home screen, new chat settings are just a few taps away!
- Tap the gear icon in the upper right corner to open Settings
- Tap General
- Go to In-Game Chat
- Choose your desired setting
What if I want to use voice chat with my friends?
Well, why didn't you say so?! Just check out our guide on voice chat!
And don't worry—voice settings are independent of in-game chat settings, so you'll be able to speak with your friends even if chat is turned off!