League of Legends: Replays & Highlights Save Location


GamingLeague of Legends: Replays & Highlights Save Location

When finishing up a game of League of Legends, you have the option of downloading the replay so that you can either share it or watch it back. Allowing you to essentially save some of those amazing plays you might have made.

It doesn’t matter whether you are playing Normal, ARAM or Solo Queue, you will be able to save a replay file. You can then just send the replay to a content creator (YouTuber) or to a friend and they can play it back.

You can use a video recording software such as Fraps to record parts of the game-play. Below, we have a quick guide for saving replays and where to find them on your computer. Meanwhile, we have a few more guides available for League of Legends here.

Save a Highlight

You can save a high light by heading into your match history. Your match history can be found under the profile section.

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Save a replay with the download button

To save a match as a replay file, press the download button located to the right of a game. It will start to download, before turning into a play button where you can watch it back through the client.

Finding Saved Replays Location

Now that you’ve saved a replay, you can either play it or find it on your PC. Replays are saved as .ROFL files by default. You can find the location by heading to the Settings menu in the League of Legends client.

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Find the location of saved replays

To get to this area, press the cog icon located in the top right of the client. On the left hand side, choose ‘Replays’. In here, you can see the default folder locations for both Replays & Highlights. You can navigate to them, or choose to change them to something more accessible.

Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson
Hey, I'm Phillip Anderson! After studying Video Game Design at University, I began writing articles at PwrDown in my free time. I currently play my games on PC, but also own a PS4 & Nintendo Switch. I'm also a VR enthusiast, owning an Oculus Rift S where you might find me playing Beat Saber or Skyrim VR!