Riot Forge, publisher of Riot Games that focuses on producing games with other studios, has announced three new titles that have been included in the League of Legends universe, two of which are now available.
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story is a Single-player RPG developed by Airship Syndicate, the same team as Battle Chasers: Nightwar and Darksiders: Genesis. The King of Destroyer takes place in the Bilgewater and Shadow Isles regions of Runeterra, allowing players to team up with characters known to League of Legends fans such as Ahr, Miss Fortune or Braum. The mission goes through investigating a phenomenon known as the Black Mist and defeating a common enemy, presumed to be the Destroyer King.
Ruined King is now available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC while PS5 and Xbox Series X versions will be released | S soon. Older generation console players will be able to upgrade the game without any additional payments.
Next up is Hextech: Mayhem, a rhythm game featuring Ziggs, a League of Legends demolition expert.
Hextech: Mayhem is developed by Choice Provisions, the studio behind the BIT.TRIP franchise. In the 2.5D world, players will run and jump to the beat of the music, with plenty of bombs in the mix. The game is now available for Nintendo Switch and PC.
Riot Forge’s third game, scheduled for release in 2022, is Song of Nunu, developed by Tequila Works, the studio that produced Rime, The Sexy Brutale and virtual reality games like The Invisible Hours and Groundhog Day: Like Father Like Son. Song of Nunu is a third-person adventure game where the main character is Nunu, a young man who befriends a yeti named Willump. Together they will solve puzzles and fight wolves and other threats in the icy region of Freljord. Riot Forge has plans to release Song of Nunu for Switch and Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Riot Forge also showed some footage of “CONV/RGENCE”, a 2D single-player game with time travel mechanics. Here, players control Ekko, a character beloved not only by fans of League of Legends, but also by Arcane fans. CONV/RGENCE arrives in 2022 and is being developed by Double Stallion, the studio behind action games such as Speed Brawl, OK KO Turbo, and Loud House: Outta Control.
Finally, Riot Forge has also announced an as yet unnamed game, which takes place in the Demacia region.
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