Jungling is a unique role in Wild Rift due to its challenging nature. To help you, we've ranked all the Jungle champions after the recent patch 4.1c update.
Jungling is a unique role in Wild Rift that plays very differently from other roles. It doesn't restrict champions to a single lane. Instead, it allows them to freely roam the Rift, stack up kills against monsters, and collect gold and experience to create a strong build for the late game.
There are currently 41 jungle champions in Wild Rift. Each of these champions has their own set of unique abilities which make them strong or not-so-strong picks depending on the shape of the meta.
With so many champions to choose from, we've put together a jungle champion tier list ranking all of them from best to worst. We've taken into account the recent patch 4.1c balance changes.
- Wild Rift: Mid-Lane Champion Tier List (Patch 4.1c)
- Wild Rift: Support Champion Tier List (Patch 4.1c)
Wild Rift Jungle Champion Tier List - Patch 4.1c
Understand that jungling is, as we mentioned earlier, a unique role due to its challenging nature. Champions are only one component that decides how well you perform in any game. It also depends on your skills as a player. All this is to say that you should take our rankings with a grain of salt.
That being said, let's dive into why these champions rank where they are.
S-tier jungle champions have a wide range of abilities, inherent durability, and stats that allow them to solo clear camps and hold their own as powerful junglers.
The best jungle champions in Wild Rift are Wukong, Aatrox, Kha'Zix, Lee Sin, Olaf, Diana, Gragas, and Evelynn.
Here are the S-tier junglers:
- Lee Sin
A-tier junglers are above-average picks who can also carry their own when jungling due to their quality abilities. They're also great alternatives for S-tier junglers, but, in the right circumstances, can even outperform them.
Here are the A-tier junglers:
- Xin Zhao
- Jarvan IV
- Nunu & Willump
B-tier junglers are average champions in the grand scheme of things. Their performance is subject to a lot of variances. Depending on your team composition and enemies, these champions could either exceed or fall short of expectations.
Here are the B-tier junglers:
- Dr. Mundo
C-tier junglers perform below average in the current meta. They're champions who require players to have a strong skill set and solid team composition if they are to perform to the levels expected of a jungler.
Here are the C-tier junglers:
F-tier junglers are arguably the weakest champion picks in the meta at the moment. Their lack of useful abilities can often leave you at a disadvantage in comparison to other junglers.
Here are the F-tier junglers:
- Master Yi
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