Riot Games is celebrating 10th anniversary of ‘League of Legends’, by introducing its hit title by expanding the franchise and more. That includes League of Legends: Wild Rift, a 5v5 version of the MOBA that will be playable on consoles and mobile devices. Riot guarantees that it’s no port – Wild Rift is a new game that is supposed to be built from the ground up, with twin-stick controls and matches designed to last 15 to 18 minutes when it starts next year.
His eight-player Auto Chess battler Team-fight strategies are a game that got a terminal. The mobile game will start in Q1, and interested players will be allowed to pre-register on Google Play starting today. New set of champions and abilities will be added to the game “every three or four months” on PC and mobile, with the first set dubbed Rise of the Elements, scheduled to arrive on November 5th.
The main game of the League of Legends will also be getting some new touches, with a new support character, Senna, join the public beta servers on October 29, and the live servers on November 10. On the way here too, there are new Rise of the Elements adjustments, the promise of Ultra Rapid Fire (URF) mode for a limited time and news that nine albums full of music from the seasons of the game are going live on streaming services starting today. Finally, as thanks to existing players and a call to any one-time fans out there – there will be prizes of just logging in for ten days every day, starting on October 17th.
Meanwhile, the sequel of the Legends of Runeterra card game will launch full on PC and mobile in 2020. It’s another free-to-play game which combines cards based on characters from the League as well as new ones made just for Runeterra.
Hopefully this works out better than Valve’s Artifact effort, and those interested to try it out can pre-register now. The League of Legends Origins documentary is now available separately on Netflix.
LoL Esports Manager allows players to taste the experience of leading a team through the play-offs scene by launching few functions in the game. There have been three more secretive efforts. Project A (pictured at the top) is a “stylish, competitive, character-based tactical shooter” for PC. Next year the company will reveal more about its cast of dangerous characters and near-future Earth setting – but for now you can enjoy a brief preview video. So far, games like Team Fortress 2 and Overwatch seemed to owe it a lot, though Riot promises to keep this game going for years to come. Project L is a League of Legends fighting game follow-up that we heard about this summer, while Project F is “a very early development project that explores the possibilities of traversing the world of Runeterra with your friends.”