With patch 10.10., Pick URF returned to the League of Legends. Our URF Tier List is structured to help you choose the event’s best URF champions!
The most popular League of Legends game mode ever is Ultra Rapid Fire. In fact, when it was launched, URF was so popular that Riot Games was forced to make the main game even more sparkling and enjoyable to prevent players from losing when the game mode was disabled. We’ve put together a guide to the URF tier list to get the most out of the quick spell on the live servers, with the best URF champions and RPG Games for even more gameplay enjoyment.
For the first time in 2020, Pick URF was allowed on Thursday 14 May, but it is not yet clear how long the game mode will stay on the live servers – probably for a long time.
All 148 champions are ranked according to their strength in Ultra Rapid Fire and their probable win rate in this URF ranking. We’ve got champions benefiting from infinite mana and low S-Tier cooldowns. On the other hand, the D-Tier lists those who have trouble using the amazing buff of URF and CSGO.
D: Aphelios, Azir, Gnar, Kled, Miss Fortune, Mordekaiser, Nunu & Willump, Olaf, Rammus, Rek’Sai, Sejuani, Sion, Tahm Kench, Trundle, Taric, Yorick, Zilean.
D+: Anivia, Braum, Cho’Gath, Gangplank, Graves, Illaoi, Nasus, Neeko, Nidalee, Quinn, Senna, Shyvana, Twisted Fate, Xerath, Singed, Sona, Soraka, Swain.
(Tier D) Aphelios
This is the first encounter with URF by Aphelios, but it is unlikely to be reported as a good one. The 80 percent reduction in cooldown is high for champions with four powers, with Aphelios having 2.
And not just so. The hero is also incredibly squishy and immovable, which means players like Fizz, Katarina and Zed can easily blow him up. So if you don’t want to try Aphelios’ full attack pace, don’t pick the Lunari in your URF games.
Senna (D+ Tier)
Senna is another champion who’s going to take part in her very first URF selection this week but she’s probably going to have to fight like Aphelios – literally… This is due to her low attack range early on and her focus on scaling to influence the map. All the same, Dawning Shadow’s low cooldown might be a bonus for her!
C: Kennen, Kindred, Lissandra, Poppy, Renekton, Taliyah, Thresh, Tristana, Udyr, Warwick, Alistar, Amumu, Bard, Corki, Gragas, Janna.
Darius, Dr. Mundo, Elise, Galio, Heimerdinger, Jarvan IV, Kayn, Kog’Maw, Nami, Nautilus, Nocturne, Ornn, Pyke, Shen, Sivir, Talon, Urgot, Varus, Viktor, Volibear, Zoe. C+: Brand.
(Tier C) Alistar
With Pulverizes and Headbutts, the constant stunning and knocking up of the opponent can be enjoyable, but it certainly does no harm. Sure, to make the enemy’s life a living hell, you can combine Alistar with high damage production, but there are much better options than the Minotaur.
(Tier C+) Volibear
It is almost time for Volibear to say farewell, as the updated Relentless Storm will soon arrive on the live server of the League of Legends. What better farewell might there be than playing Voli in URF and killing your enemies with Rolling Thunder permanently?
B: Irelia, Leona, Fiddlesticks, Pantheon, Rakan, Skarner, Xin Zhao, Zac, Ziggs.
B+: Evelynn, Jayce, Jinx, Karma, Karthus, Kha’Zix, Malzahar, Maokai, Orianna, Rumble, Vel’Koz, Xayah, Zyra, Aurelion Sol, Caitlyn, Draven.
(Tier B-) Fiddlesticks
Another champion is Fiddlesticks, who will have his first appearance after his Ultra Rapid Fire rework. We don’t foresee a difference from his old days at URF, because the champion hasn’t changed much. However it’s certainly worth trying Ancient Fear for a game or two!
(Tier B+) Karma
Karma: As frustrating as Zoe, but worse. That is URF’s karma. Yeah, well the pun was a little dull, but Karma’s soulflares are permanently poked dull, which can be subtly irritating both in the laning process and during team fights with a complete AP building.
It’s not even the most unpleasant part of the damage, it’s 50 percent slow that will always frustrate us.
A-: Aatrox, LeBlanc, Lulu, Ryze, Sylas, Yasuo, Vayne, Tryndamere.
A: Ahri, Akali, Blitzcrank, Camille, Ivern, Morgana, Cassiopeia, Teemo, Veigar, Wukong.
A+: Annie, Garen, Hecarim, Jax, Kalista, Kassadin, Kayle, Yi Master, Rengar, Riven, Sett, Twitch, Syndra.
(Tier A-) Tryndamere
Before URF was released, Garen’s “spin to win” technique should have been patented because Tryndamere picked it up at the first opportunity.
Crazy attack pace, a short Mocking Shout cooldown, and an ever-available Spinning Slash gap-closer make the Barbarian King one of URF’s most powerful and annoying champions.
(Tier A) Wukong
Wukong can now use the Cyclone twice instead of only once, and in the solo queue, it was rather overwhelming. It remains to be seen if the mini rework made the Monkey King better or weaker in URF, but beating the entire opposing team with such a short cooldown makes Wukong one of URF 2020’s stronger hitters.
Sett (A+ tier)
As it is obvious how much harm he can take with an infinite supply of Haymakers and Show Stoppers, Sett is the only new champion to appear in our URF Tier list above Tier D. There could be no escape when you get within range of a fixed Facebreaker, as he violently knocks you down.
S-: Diana, Ekko, Fiora, Qiyana, Lucian.
S: Ezreal, Jhin, Lux, Malphite, Yuumi, Vladimir.
S+: Fizz, Kai’Sa, Lee Sin, Katarina, Shaco, Zed.
(Animal S-) Diana
Since the last time URF was available, Lunar Rush has been transferred from Diana’s Ultimate to her e-spell. This means she can now close the distance with her rivals more frequently in order to duel with them. Diana’s deadly Lunar Rush – Moonfall combination – should be given special attention, as every Diana player will try to land it in every single Ultra Rapid Fire game.
(Tier S) Ezreal
Due to his relentless, agonising bombardment of mystic shots and the high mobility made possible by Arcane Change, Ezreal was the original URF King. You will still be a hazard that your enemies will have to deal with first, whether you create an AP or AD Ezreal.
(Tier S+) Katarina
S+ in the solo cue and S+ in URF: In League of Legends, Katarina is wreaking havoc and may be a champion who needs to be banned in the coming weeks when you cue for Ultra Rapid Fire. Thanks to Voracity, Katarina already profits from low cooldowns and transforms into a URF reset monster. From blade to blade, she leaps with Shunpo and rains down countless bouncing blades on her enemies. With an 80 percent cooldown reduction, Kata is an utter horror beast. And this without considering how much with Death Lotus she’ll blow us up.