Riot Games celebrated 10 years since League of Legends officially came out.
The company revealed five new titles at their anniversary special event 'Riot Pls'.
Teamfight Tactics and League of Legends are coming to mobile. League of Legends will be called Wild Rift.
It's been 10 years since League of Legends first officially released. In addition to giving players gifts and goodies in-game, Riot pulled out all the stops this time around.
Riot Games finally has more than one game, and the Game(s) in Riot Games is finally justified. In addition to revealing at least three new games, Riot also went ahead and announced two mobile games and even an animated series. Let's look into everything that was announced at Riot's 10th Anniversary Riot Pls.
Starting things off with Riot's FPS game.
Dubbed Poject A, this is the shooter that Riot Games is working on, which will be in a similar vein to games like Overwatch and TF2, with playable characters that have abilities. Not much can be derived from what was revealed during the event, we only got to see a few of the abilities and a little bit of the maps, which most likely aren't final. There's no fixed release date as of yet. Riot have also said that they're working on anti-cheat methods from the get go to ensure a cheater free experience.
This is something we already knew was in the works, dubbed Project L for now, this is Riot's upcoming 2D Arcade Fighter game, and from the looks of it, it's coming out nicely. The reveal featured only three champions, Katarina, Ahri and Darius, but whatever we saw looked pretty good and polished.
Runeterra Legends is Riot's card game, because we definitely didn't have enough of those around. Just kidding. The upcoming Runeterra Legends featuring mechanics those who've played card games should be familiar with. However, there are a few changes here and there. Additionally, Riot went out of their way to mention here that you won't need to buy RNG card packs to build the deck you want to. The game will feature a loot like system where players will be able to choose the deck that they want cards from.
League's super popular Auto Chess game mode Teamfight Tactics is finally making its way to mobile on both Android and iOS, additionally, League of Legends itself is also making its way on to mobile, going by Wild Rift. Wild Rift has apparently been worked on from the ground up, and there are visible changes (and even improvements apparently) to certain champion models. The game is rolling out to some regions by the end of this year, and will be out officially sometime around the end of 2020.
Riot Games also announced an animated series based in the League of Legends Universe. From the looks of it, it features a younger Vi and Jinx, who are both currently playable champions in the game. The quality looks great, as is expected of Riot's animation. We've been asking companies like Blizzard and Riot to make an animated series or movies for ages, now it's actually happening.
There was also the announcement of a new champ coming to League of Legends, Senna, and the new pre-season changes coming to the game, which includes changes to the map structure, environmental changes and more.
Overall, Riot Pls was a huge announcement, with Riot Games going from having just one game under their belt to over five, included a few unnamed titles, and even an animated series. 2020 is looking like a big year for Riot.
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