League of Legends URF Tier List: Best URF Champions in 2020

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Pick URF will return to League of Legends on Patch 10.10! This URF tier list will help you pick the best URF champions for your games!

Ultra Rapid Fire is the most popular League of Legends game mode of all time. In fact, URF was so popular upon release that Riot Games were forced to make it worse to avoid losing players when the game mode wasn’t active. So, to make the most of its brief spell on live servers, use this URF tier list to pick out the best URF champions for your games.

Pick URF will be activated on Thursday, 14 May for the first time in 2020 so far, but it is not yet known how long the game mode will remain on live servers, so make the most of your time!

This URF tier list will rank all 148 champions based on how strong they are in Ultra Rapid Fire and how high their win rates are likely to be. Expect to see champions that benefit from unlimited mana and low cooldowns in S tier, while those who struggle to make use of the Awesome Buff of Awesomely Awesome Buffing will reside in D tier.

One champion will be picked from each subcategory and their position will be explained further, but if you just want to skip straight to the S tier, head to Page 3! Right now, we’ll start from the bottom (D tier) and work our way up to S+ tier:

D Tier

"D: Aphelios, Azir, Gnar, Kled, Miss Fortune, Mordekaiser, Nunu & Willump, Olaf, Rammus, Rek’Sai, Sejuani, Sion, Tahm Kench, Taric, Trundle, Yorick, Zilean. D+: Anivia, Braum, Cho’Gath, Gangplank, Graves, Illaoi, Nasus, Neeko, Nidalee, Quinn, Senna, Shyvana, Singed, Sona, Soraka, Swain, Twisted Fate, Xerath."

Aphelios (D Tier)
This will be Aphelios’ first experience in Ultra Rapid Fire but it is unlikely to be an enjoyable one. 80% cooldown reduction is strong on champions that have 4 abilities, Aphelios has 2.

Not only that, but the marksman is also extremely squishy and immobile meaning he can be easily blown up by the likes of Fizz, Katarina, and Zed. Unless you want to test out a full attack speed Aphelios, it would be unwise to pick the Lunari in your URF games.

Senna (D+ Tier)
Senna is another champion who is set to take part in her first-ever Pick URF this week, but similar to Aphelios, she is likely to struggle. This is due to her low attack range early on and her reliance on scaling to have an impact on the map.

Nevertheless, a low cooldown Dawning Shadow could be worth a try!