Riot Games on Tuesday startlingly dispatched the main titles from its Riot Forge distributing arm. Both Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, and Hextech Mayhem: A League of Legends Story were delivered during a unique occasion where the organization shared insights regarding more titles coming.
Ruined King is a turned-based single-player RPG and is created via Airship Syndicate (Darksiders: Genesis). The game should dispatch in mid 2021, yet it was postponed until a vague time in the not so distant future. As it ended up, Riot never formally reported a delivery date for the game, and dropped it off guard Tuesday.
In the interim, Hextech Mayhem is a cadence game created by Choice Provisions (Bit.Trip) and was reported only seven days before its delivery.
During Tuesday’s event, Riot additionally uncovered Song of Nunu, another single-player experience game created by Tequila Works (The Sexy Brutale), which will zero in on League of Legends’ person Nunu and his trusty Yetti companion, Willump.
Riot then, at that point, gave players more subtleties on the impending 2D activity platformer Convergence, created by Double Stallion, which will be out at some point one year from now. Additionally coming one year from now is Riot Forge’s puzzling new game set in Demacia — however that was the main detail that Riot was ready to part with the present moment.
Hextech Mayhem and Ruined King are both out now on Nintendo Switch, PC through Steam, GOG, and Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4 (with PlayStation 5 similarity), and Xbox One (with Xbox Series X similarity).