Over the years, Riot Games has added a lot of customization options in League of Legends. This allows players to represent themselves in a different manner. That is why this guide will show you how to change your border in League of Legends.
There are different types of borders that you can choose from (ranked or level). We will show you how to change each of them. With that said, let’s dive right in and get started.
League of Legends: How to Change Borders?
Changing your border is extremely easy in League of Legends. All you have to do is:
- Launch the League of Legends client.
- Click on your profile icon.
- Select the “BORDERS” tab.
- Choose the border that you want to use.
Alternatively, if you want to display your hard-earned rank, you can choose your ranked border as well. Depending on what rank you are, you can display it during champion select and on the loading screen.
Keep in mind that the ranked border displays your highest rank (whether that is in Flex or Solo/Duo).
Once you choose what border you want, you can see it in the lobby. Plus, you’ll even see it during the loading screen which makes your profile look that much better.
How to Get New Borders?
If you are new to the game, you might have noticed that you don’t have a lot of borders. Worry not because getting them is quite easy and simple. All you need to do is play the game and level up your account.
The more you level up, the more borders will get unlocked. For example, you will unlock these borders at the following levels:
|Shadow Isles||Level 150|
|Warring Kingdoms||Level 225|
|The Void||Level 450|
|Blood Moon||Level 475|
The good news is that you can choose any previous border and apply it without any issues. Even if you are level 500, you can select the level 1 border if you prefer that over the others.
And there you have it; that’s everything you need to know about how to change your border in League of Legends. The more you play the game, the more borders will get unlocked.
Which border do you like most? Do you prefer using ranked borders instead? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!